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This church is very closed to the Old Market Square. We passed by the houses of Hansel and Gretel before proceeding to this church. Our guide had a very long talk about this church. I decided to skip part of his presentation and quickly visited...More
This beautiful German Protestant church was made Catholic after World War II, when Poland was awarded Wroclaw (aka Breslau). This was under the Soviets, so a large image of the Virgin resembling a Russian icon was installed above the altar. Ironically, a chapel, an inscription,...More
The whole side of this red brick church including the tower was under scaffolding in mid-June. However, we were attracted to the gold plated statue of Dietrich Bonhoeffer in its courtyard - headless, armless, and kneeling. A bronze plaque noted his importance. He was an...More
Originally built in the 14th century, more than once extended and enlarged, this Catholic church became Lutheran when the Protestant Reformation spread in Poland in the 16th century and turned back to Catholicism only after World War II, after having suffered damages for the bombing....More
From the top of the church you can have the best view of the city. Only problem is climbing... or even going down from the top. Passage is narrow so it is not easy to pass someone on the stairs... and there is lots and...More
Not many know that except of the beautiful church itself, there's an absolutely amazing view of the whole city from the top of its tower. The way upstairs is not easy because it has hundreds steep stairs, but it's totally worth the effort. A must...More