The Church of St. Stanislaus Kostka is a church designed by Wenceslas Krzyzanowski in the 1930s, for the congregation of Salesian priests, who still take care of this church and the entire parish to this day. The Church of St. Stanislaus Kostka is a modernist building erected on the plan of the Latin cross with visible accents of constructivism. It has one nave, separated from the flatly closed presbytery by a transept. Above the intersection of the transept and the nave, there is a huge openwork dome, topped with a cross – which is also a church bell tower. Some of the church’s furnishings were created relatively recently – mosaics decorating the pillars in the nave and stained-glass windows from the early 1980s.