There are a few towns named Kazimierz in Poland. This one is close to my old home town of Łódź — and I've never been there before this 2017 trip.
This is a quaint, sleepy little town, laid back and devoid of any attractions. Its parochial church was built im early XX century in the neogothic style on the site of two earlier ones, dating back another 600 years.
The exterior of the church suffered in both world wars; this is reflected in somewhat crippled layout, making the shape unique. I was, however, nicely surprised with the beautiful interior: clean lines, proportions, lack of out-of-context clutter and, first of all, perfect light.