Church of St. John the Baptist

Malbork, Poland

St. John the Baptist has been located around Malbork since at least the 13th century, having been destroyed and rebuilt on several occasions. The current building was like so many other old ones in the town rebuilt at the end of the Thirteen Year War in 1468, although the current wooden bell tower dates from the 1520s. Always a Catholic church, the interior, most of which dates from extensive conservation work between the wars, is rather plain. Outstanding features include a medieval sculpture of St. Elizabeth of Turin and the neo-Gothic altar.

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Founded: 1468
Category: Religious sites in Poland

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Егор Егор (6 months ago)
There are not many people on a working day
Monia665686550 B (11 months ago)
Every time we go to the seaside, we go to this church on Sundays. Of course, positive changes are visible. The sermon is informative and the analysis of the gospel is perfect. There is a need to pray in this place.
Franek W (12 months ago)
Very Nice Church. Beautiful Sunday Masses. Yes, not on the topic yet, delicious ice cream in the booth next to the church ???
hh gg (13 months ago)
I do not recommend. Confirmation was held on June 18. The treasurer of this parish came down from the altar and asked the mother with her one-year-old child to leave the church because a toy fell out of the child's hand and onto the floor. He made her stand in the vestibule. Embarrassing
Michal (Kowny26) (13 months ago)
As they say, a church with a soul. A monument worth entering to see who wants to pray. Currently, the vaults are being renovated
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