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In a city bristling with amazing churches the Dominican Church ( Basilica Of The Holy Trinity ) is one of the most striking.
There's been a church on this site since 1223 and this amazing Catholic church is a great example of Gothic architecture that...More
I love visiting churches, praying there and taking pictures. During my walk to the Main Market Square, I saw this church and stopped by. There were young girls with some handouts and I asked them the name of the church.
I said my prayers and...More
The church is close to the main square in the old city (on the southeastern side). Unique building, and while it is small and unpretentious, it has it's magic (or so they say...).
The altar is fascinating, and I especially liked the paintings of a...More
It might not be the most beautiful church; however, it's still a monument. There are amazing stories associated with the monastery where magical things happen. There is an incredible carved wooden alter. I wanted to tour the interior, but wasn't able to as a mass...More
This is a wonderfully unique church with its long nave and walkways. However, the tabernacle with the Holy Trinity is sublime. I was astounded by its beauty and spent a considerable amount of time in contemplative prayer. This is definitely worth seeing.
The church is currently being renovated but amazingly you are still allowed inside. It has the most incredible confession boxes that Ihave ever seen. The adjoining cloisters are magnificent. To be recommended and free!
As this church is located in the city centre, it’s definitely something visiting, if only for a few minutes. The large, beautifully decorated church is fun to (quietly) look around and take some photos.
Response from brachitsterster2 | Reviewed this property |
It is the story about Tatar invasion in XIII century. Monks in Sanodmierz were murdered. They prayed in the church and were killed one by one. Only one survied. So, in all Dominican churches in Poland they are remembered... More
It is the story about Tatar invasion in XIII century. Monks in Sanodmierz were murdered. They prayed in the church and were killed one by one. Only one survied. So, in all Dominican churches in Poland they are remembered. It is worthy to jump to Sandomierz.
Response from catsforkids | Reviewed this property |
It is free. Leave a donation. St. Francis & St Giles have short audio guides to listen to for a donation & are worth the time. St Mary's is the only church that charges an entrance fee that I found in Krakow