Salesian church

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The Salesian church (dedicated to st. Joseph) is a neogothic temple, which construction began in 1912, accordingly to a Mario Ceradini’s project. The construction was interrupted by WW I. On the 18th November 1923 the church was dedicated and the st. Joseph assembly was established by bishop Joseph Sebastian Pelczar. Its first parish priest was Antoni Hlond, the brother of priest August, the latter primate of Poland.