Built at the beginning of the 20th century and located in Lodz at 265 Piotrkowska Street, the cathedral church of St. Stanislaw Kostka is the most beautiful church in Lodz and one of the most beautiful temples in Poland. This is the neo-Gothic basilica with soaring towers, high windows with stained glass, pointed arches above the windows, and rib-vaults.
Photographing the interior of the basilica is a pure pleasure. I love symmetry, which is practically everywhere here: symmetrical naves, symmetrical vault arches and symmetrical columns. I see symmetry in the structure of organs as well. Could it also become the rule that, when photographing churches, I get to concerts? Previously there was a concert in St. Etienne church in Paris, and now it is in the archcathedral of Lodz.