St. Mary's Cathedral

Koszalin, Poland

Koszalin’s most distinctive landmark is St. Mary's Cathedral (Katedra Niepokalanego Poczecia N.M.P), a Gothic church erected between 1300-1333. Initially serving as a Catholic church, the building was from the 16th century till the end of World War II a temple for the Protestant faith. Since 1945 it again is a Catholic house of worship.

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Founded: 1300-1333
Category: Religious sites in Poland

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