Holy Trinity Church

Strzelno, Poland

Holy Trinity Church, Polish Kościół Świętej Trójcy in Strzelno is a Romanesque basilica consecrated in 1216.


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Founded: 1216
Category: Religious sites in Poland


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Katarzyna Nowakowska (3 months ago)
We do not have many monuments of this class in Poland, Romanesque art as a medicine. Value, watch and delight!
Dariusz Lewandowski (3 months ago)
Church of the Holy Trinity and the Blessed Virgin Mary in Strzelno. He belonged to the Norbertine abbey. The construction of the church from granite cubes began in the 12th century and was not completed until the mid-13th century. In 1216 his solemn consecration took place. A historical monument from 2018. TV
Waldemar Badziąg (4 months ago)
Miejsce polecane do zobaczenia. Dla pasjonatów historii i nie tylko. Mona tu poczuć magię dawnych czasów.
Magdalena Skibińska (4 months ago)
Baroque front. And the side walls have retained the Romanesque and Gothic elements. There are many antique elements in the interior. And the famous Romanesque columns. The monument is underestimated
Michał Kałużny (5 months ago)
Interesting architecture combined with a real portal to the times of our ancestors, a perfect place for religious purposes and scientific research, a great place
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