Top 4 historical churches to visit in Poland

  • Kościół św. Stanisława Kostki w Chwarszczanach

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    Kościół św. Stanisława Kostki w Chwarszczanach is a filial church, originally a chapel of the Knights Templar, now under the invocation of St. Stanislaus Kostka. It is one of the most valuable monuments of Western Pomerania.
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  • Supraśl Orthodox Monastery

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    The Monastery of the Annunciation in Supraśl, also known as the Supraśl Lavra is a monastery in North Eastern Poland. The complex includes Church of the Annunciation, and baroque monastery buildings, built between the 17th and 18th century.
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  • Ruins of the church in Trzęsacz

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    The Church in Trzęsacz refers to a series of three churches built in Trzęsacz, Poland. The first, constructed of wood, was reportedly built in 1124; the second one, made of bricks, around 1270; and finally the third one, sometime in the late 14th or early 15th century.
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  • St. Michael Archangel's Church

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    Michael Archangel's Church in Dębno is a Roman Catholic Gothic-wooden church from the fifteenth-century. The church is considered to be one of the oldest structures of its type in Poland. The church remains in its original structure, with a unique polychrome interior from around 1500.
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