Sanctuary of Our Lady of Dzików

Tarnobrzeg, Poland

Sanctuary of Our Lady of Dzików is a monastery of Dominicans in Tarnobrzeg. In 1677 was founded church of Assumption of Mary by Tarnowski family and given to Dominican order. It was destroyed in 1703 and rebuilt in 1706. In 1678 holy icon of Our Lady of Dzików was transferred from Dzików Castle to the monastery and since then the church became the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Dzików.



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Founded: 1677
Category: Religious sites in Poland

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Dariusz Kobusiński (2 years ago)
Anna Żygłowicz (2 years ago)
The monastery is a sanctuary of Our Lady of Dzikowska
Karol Bednarski (2 years ago)
For tourists, probably one of the most important places to visit. A beautiful place with a piece of history, and at the same time a large piece of the history of the city of Tarnobrzeg.
Kazimierz Maciej Mazur (2 years ago)
It is a pity that the mass is now held as during the holiday season. The interior is refreshed and pleasant. I recommend to all who are looking for a quiet place to calm down and pray
Teresa Lis-Pienkowska (4 years ago)
Beatiful church
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