All Saints Church
- N: 52° 24' 25.8" E: 16° 56' 22.63"
- Church , Yard
A neoclassical renovated church dating back to the second half of XVIII century. Constructed according to the design of an eminent Poznań architect, Antoni Hoene, built on the plan of a rectangle with an elliptic, amphitheatrical interior. It was constructed on 300 oak piles. It was the first official Evangelical church in Poznań. The interior constructed in rococo style with empire element. In the middle of the church there is a baroque altar with a choir above it. In the middle part, there are eight pillars supporting the construction of the pseudo-dome, with two storeys of galleries. The church demonstrates unique acoustics, equipped with magnificent organs constructed by Saur in 1869. The organs consist of 65 voices and 4200 pipes. Figures of Saint Peter and Paul, patrons of Poznań located above the main portal. The area surrounding the church attracts with a pastors’ lodge dating back to the turning of XVIII and XIX centuries.