This lovely church with rich history is located near the city centre so very popular with tourists.
This 14th century brick church, the former parish church of the Old Town and where Hevelius was once church administrator, is also his final resting place. You will find his tomb at the rear behind the altar along with an epitaph funded by his grandson nearly 100 years after the great man's death.
The Church inside after fire in 2006. Definitely needs renovation..
Looks like a very nice church to visit. Shame about the fire but we have had a few go that way of late in the UK as wellReplyDelete
Seems a great pity that being of such historical importanceReplyDelete
and significance that restoration has not been done after the fire.
Well done Gosia.
Collin the restoration is very expensive and now they collect money to do itDelete
It is a nice church, and not overly ornate. Is it a good idea to spend money to restore it? That is for local Polish people to decide.ReplyDelete
Andrew, it was decided to restore it and to do it they sell ecological foodDelete
A nice church worth preserving. It has a lovely garden.ReplyDelete
The setting is liovely with trees which provide shadowDelete
That church does look ok. Let's hope it's restored to its former glory..ReplyDelete
Margaret it is going to be in a few yearsDelete
i like the ceiling.ReplyDelete
yes you are rightDelete
Too bad about the fire but at least something was able to be saved.ReplyDelete