St. Jadwiga's Basilica

Legnickie Pole, Poland

St. Jadwiga's Basilica was erected in 1723-1738.  The church hosts the Parish of the Holy Cross and St. Jadwiga and is the central element of the there founded Monastery of the Order of Saint Benedict.



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Founded: 1723-1738
Category: Religious sites in Poland

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Максим Громыло (11 months ago)
Looks great
Beata Trzcińska (12 months ago)
Beautiful interior with wonderful frescoes, paintings and sculptures. Lots of interesting details, of course it is an important sacred place, a sanctuary. It breathes the history of this land. I highly recommend visiting. The kindest lady guide colorfully tells and brings closer the old times. ko
MartaKrzysztof (2 years ago)
Interesting historical site related to the history of St. Jadwiga and Poland
czernm20 (2 years ago)
I remember that there was a thunderstorm and the roof was leaking right in the place where I was sitting, even the light went out. It was just before St. Francis' Day where the priest came out with the initiative to bless the animals. I was also another time and even when I was a child. It is the main object in Legnickie Pole and, in my opinion, it deserves to be commemorated to some extent.
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