West Seneca, NY
St Casimir's 10248
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Dedicated in 1929, Located in the Kaisertown district, this church is very much a part of the Buffalo Polish community. St. Casimir's is an exquisite example of old Byzantine architecture. Special features of its facade are the two small cupolas at the top and the unusual terra cotta mural depicting Christ the King, St. Casimir, St. Stanislaus, and St. Hyacinth, with symbolic plaques bearing inscriptions.
Notable interior features include the following:
the massive dome soaring 65 feet above the handsome tiled floor,
the hand-carved and polychromed oak statues, Stations of the Cross, and oak pew decorations
the Buticino marble altar which is the work of Italian sculptors.
January 1st, 2013
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