Church of Divine Mercy

The Church of Divine Mercy is located in Kraków on Wzgórza Krzesławickie. It was built in 1983-1987. The author of the church design was Witold Cękiewicz, and the author of the structure was Edward Motak. In the openwork cross of the main altar there is an inscription “Jezu Ufam Tobie” (Jesus, I trust in You).

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