32 Sights in Lublin, Poland (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Lublin, Poland. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 32 sights are available in Lublin, Poland.

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1. The Grodzka Gate

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The Grodzka Gate or the Jewish Gate is a city gate in Lublin, Poland, the remains of the first brick elements of the city's fortifications, built in 1342, after the permission of Casimir III the Great. The present monument has the shape given to it in 1785 by the court architect of King Stanisław August Poniatowski, Dominik Merlini.

Wikipedia: Brama Grodzka w Lublinie (PL)

2. Kościół pw. Świętego Krzyża

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The church of the Holy Cross in Lublin - the Roman Catholic church of the Holy Cross at Idziego Radziszewskiego 7 in Lublin, in the Archdiocese of Lublin. The original church was created according to legend in 1434, when the Gdańsk merchant Henryk tried to steal the Lublin relic of the Holy Cross tree from the church. Dominicans. Under the cover of the night he wanted to take a relic from the city, but outside the walls of the oxen they stood and did not want to continue to pull the car. The terrified Henry turned to the city, gave the relic, and then founded a wooden church in a miraculous event. The original church existed until the beginning of the 17th century, when the councilors of Lublin wanted to create a second parish in the large city at the time, and therefore on the site of the old wooden church of St. The cross was issued by a new, brick. The creation of the second parish in Lublin did not occur then, in return, the personal state of the clergy of the Lublin parish church was increased. Michał, and the church of St. At the end of the 17th century, the cross was taken over by the Dominicans-Owers who built a monastery next to it. The monks stayed here to the Third Partition of Poland, after which the Austrian government deleted "non -usable" monasteries. The Lublin monastery of the Dominican observers was turned into barracks, expanding it significantly. Barracks so -called Świętokrzyskie was located in it until the beginning. The 1920s, when the buildings were put into use to the newly established University of Lublin, which is still there. In the interwar years, the band's buildings, especially the church, were renovated and partly rebuilt under the direction and according to Marian Lalewicz's projects.

Wikipedia: Kościół Świętego Krzyża w Lublinie (PL), Url

3. German Nazi concentration and extermination camp Majdanek

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Majdanek was a Nazi concentration and extermination camp built and operated by the SS on the outskirts of the city of Lublin during the German occupation of Poland in World War II. It had seven gas chambers, two wooden gallows, and some 227 structures in all, placing it among the largest of Nazi concentration camps. Although initially intended for forced labor rather than extermination, it was used to murder people on an industrial scale during Operation Reinhard, the German plan to murder all Polish Jews within their own occupied homeland. In operation from 1 October 1941 to 22 July 1944, it was captured nearly intact. The rapid advance of the Soviet Red Army during Operation Bagration prevented the SS from destroying most of its infrastructure, and Deputy Camp Commandant Anton Thernes failed to remove the most incriminating evidence of war crimes.

Wikipedia: Majdanek concentration camp (EN)

4. Pomnik Unii Lubelskiej

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Pomnik Unii Lubelskiej

The Union of Lublin Monument is a monument on Litewski Square in Lublin, Poland, designed by Stanisław Staszic, Feliks Bentkowski and Paweł Maliński, unveiled on 26 August 1826. It commemorates the union of the Crown of the Kingdom of Poland with the Grand Duchy of Lithuania concluded in Lublin on 1 July 1569. The monument was erected in the place where the nobility who came to the Sejm camped and where the sessions were held, opposite the present church and the Capuchin monastery. It is one of the three Lublin buildings recognized in March 2007 by the European Union as a symbol of European heritage. At the monument there is the final stop of the Jagiellonian Union of Lublin Trail, which leads from the Lublin Castle.

Wikipedia: Pomnik Unii Lubelskiej w Lublinie (PL), Url, Url 0

5. Majdanek State Museum

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The Majdanek State Museum is a memorial museum and education centre founded in the fall of 1944 on the grounds of the Nazi Germany Majdanek death camp located in Lublin, Poland. It was the first museum of its kind in the world, devoted entirely to the memory of atrocities committed in the network of concentration, slave-labor, and extermination camps and subcamps of KL Lublin during World War II. The museum performs several tasks including scholarly research into the Holocaust in Poland. It houses a permanent collection of rare artifacts, archival photographs, and testimony.

Wikipedia: Majdanek State Museum (EN)

6. Kościół pw. Nawrócenia Świętego Pawła Apostoła

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Kościół pw. Nawrócenia Świętego Pawła Apostoła

The Bernardine Church of the Conversion of St. Paul in Lublin – a brick church, erected in the years 1470–1497, and then rebuilt after fires in the years 1557–1569 and 1602–1630. Further renovations took place in 1762 and 1790; In 1827, the western gable was rebuilt and a porch was added. Further renovations took place in the years 1850–1860, in 1903 the façade was rebuilt and the roof was lowered. The church was renovated several times also in the 20th century. It is located at 5 Bernardyńska Street.

Wikipedia: Kościół Nawrócenia św. Pawła w Lublinie (PL), Website

7. Kościół pw. Świętego Piotra Apostoła

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Kościół pw. Świętego Piotra Apostoła

The Church of St. Peter the Apostle in Lublin is a historic Roman Catholic church in Lublin, Poland, built between 1636 and 1658. Until the fire in 1768, it bore the features of the Lublin Renaissance. In 1780, the reconstruction was completed, giving the church a Baroque style. The interior was also transformed, covered in 1899 with neo-Baroque polychrome by Władysław Barwicki. Since 1920, the church belonged to the Jesuits, who in November 2015 gave it to the Archdiocese of Lublin.

Wikipedia: Kościół św. Piotra Apostoła w Lublinie (PL), Url

8. Baszta Gotycka

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Baszta Gotycka

The Gothic Tower, due to its shape, also called the half -round tower - the Gothic tower in Lublin. Reconstructed in the 1980s, which was, together with a fragment of the defensive walls, a testimony of Gothic Old Town fortifications. The tower was built in 1341 together with defensive walls, stone and faced brick. Wooden platforms allowed defenders to access shooting ranges. Shooting porches have not survived enabling access to crevice and key shooting ranges.

Wikipedia: Baszta Gotycka w Lublinie (PL)

9. Kościół pw. Matki Bożej Wspomożenia Wiernych

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Kościół pw. Matki Bożej Wspomożenia Wiernych

The Salesian Church of Our Lady Help of Christians in Lublin – a former monastery of the Franciscan Fathers. They came to Lublin in 1621. In the years 1635–1649, on the site of the wooden church of St. Lawrence, they erected a brick church in the Lublin Renaissance style dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary of the Angels and St. Francis. The church was built on a swampy area, so it was built on wooden logs. The temple was destroyed by fire many times.

Wikipedia: Kościół Matki Bożej Wspomożenia Wiernych w Lublinie (PL), Website

10. Muzeum Historii Miasta Lublina

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Museum of the History of the City of Lublin - Branch of the National Museum in Lublin. It is located in the building of the historic Krakow gate. It was established as a historical department in 1965. The exhibition organized there was "City History" presents the history of Lublin from the settlement period to 1944. The exhibits were placed on four floors, around a spiral staircase. From the last floor you can see the city panorama in all directions.

Wikipedia: Muzeum Historii Miasta Lublina (PL)

11. Kościół pw. Świętego Jozafata

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Church of St. Josaphat in Lublin was built by Greek merchants in 1786 upon the consent of king Stanisław August Poniatowski. In the second half of the 19th century the temple which was originally dependent on the patriarch of Constantinople was taken over by the Russian Orthodox Church and in 1922 it became the property of the Roman Catholic Church. At present it is Saint Josaphat's church which until recently was also used by Greek Catholics.

Wikipedia: Church of St. Josaphat, Lublin (EN), Url

12. Piwnica pod Fortuną

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The Fortuna Cellar is a room with antique polychromes in the Lubomelski tenement house at 8 Market Square in Lublin. Until February 2018, the basement complex under the tenement house was managed by the Lublin Regional Tourism Organisation; since then, the place has been under the care of the Lublin Underground Route of the "Grodzka Gate – NN Theatre" Centre. The cellar is a year-round facility, open every day. Admission is paid.

Wikipedia: Piwnica pod Fortuną (PL)

13. kamienica Chociszewska

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kamienica Chociszewska

Kamienica Chociszewska - a tenement house at the Lublin Market Square with number 6, which begins the so -called "page of Lubomelski" of the Old Town. In 1524, its owner was councilor Adam Doydzwon, and then Barbara Modernowska. Fragments of late Gothic window frames were discovered in this tenement house. After 1630, the tenement became the property of the Chociszewski family, hence its name - Chociszewska.

Wikipedia: Kamienica Chociszewska w Lublinie (PL), Url, Url 0

14. Wieża Trynitarska

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Wieża Trynitarska

The Trinitarian Tower in Lublin – the neo-Gothic tower-belfry is the highest historic high-rise point in Lublin. From the viewing platform, at a height of 40 meters, there is a vast panorama of the city. The name of the tower comes from the Trinitarian Order, who lived in the former Jesuit monastery buildings, located near the tower. Currently, it houses the Archdiocesan Museum.

Wikipedia: Wieża Trynitarska w Lublinie (PL), Url, Url 0

15. Kaplica pw. Świętej Trójcy

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The Chapel of the Holy Trinity, also known as Lublin Castle Chapel, is a Gothic chapel with a Renaissance gable located within the courtyard of Lublin Castle in Lublin, Poland. The chapel adjoins the museum of the castle complex and is an integral part of the site. It is known for its fifteenth-century frescoes in the Byzantine or Orthodox style, unusual for Catholic Poland.

Wikipedia: Chapel of the Holy Trinity, Lublin Castle (EN)

16. Muzeum Literackie imienia Józefa Czechowicza

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The Józef Czechowicz Literary Museum is a branch of the National Museum in Lublin. The main objective of the institution is to collect, store, process and make available manuscripts, exhibits, publications and scientific materials related to the life and work of Józef Czechowicz, as well as other writers from the Lublin region. It is located in the Old Town of Lublin.

Wikipedia: Muzeum Literackie im. Józefa Czechowicza w Lublinie (PL)

17. kamienica Konopniców

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kamienica Konopniców

The Konopnica House is a tenement house in Lublin's Old Town. Among the numerous tenement houses on the Old Town Square, this one stands out the most and is one of the most beautiful tenement houses in Lublin. It delights with its color and decorations. Its uniqueness is influenced by the fact that its façade is the only one covered with mannerist reliefs.

Wikipedia: Kamienica Konopniców w Lublinie (PL), Url, Url 0

18. Pałac Lubomirskich

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The Lubomirski Palace or Radziwiłłowski Palace is a palace in Lublin built in the Baroque style, then rebuilt in the Classicist style. The history of the building dates back to the 16th century, and it owes its current appearance to the reconstruction of 1829. It is located on the Litewski Square between the Czartoryski and Gubernialny palaces.

Wikipedia: Pałac Lubomirskich w Lublinie (PL)

19. Kamienica Archidiakońska 7

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Mansionary House, Mansionary House or Vicar House – a fifteenth-century monument in the complex of the former parish church of St. Michael in the Old Town of Lublin, at 9 Archidiakońska Street. Later, the building was rebuilt many times, before World War II it served, m.in, as a tenement house. Currently, the whole apartment is self-contained.

Wikipedia: Dom mansjonarski w Lublinie (PL)

20. Ławeczka Henryka Raabego

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The bench of Henryk Raabe, the first rector of the Maria Curie-Skłodowska University, is located in Lublin on the square named after the patron saint of the University, on the campus of the Maria Curie-Skłodowska University. The author of the monumental sculpture is the sculptor Benedykt Popek from Masuria in the Subcarpathian region.

Wikipedia: Ławeczka Henryka Raabego w Lublinie (PL)

21. Kościół pw. Świętego Wojciecha Biskupa i Męczennika

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Kościół pw. Świętego Wojciecha Biskupa i Męczennika

St. Adalbert's Church in Lublin – the hospital church of St. Adalbert is a rector's building. The brick, late-Renaissance church was built between 1610 and 1635. Renovated in 1756, then converted into a warehouse in 1835, it was restored between 1923 and 1930. Further restoration works were carried out in 1970 and 1974.

Wikipedia: Kościół św. Wojciecha w Lublinie (PL), Website

22. Kościół pw. Świętego Jakuba Apostoła

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The Church of St. James the Apostle in Lublin – a historic, late-Baroque Roman Catholic brick church from the 18th century, located in Lublin at 145 Głuska Street. Historically, it is located in the area of the former town of Głusk or the former village of Abramowice Kościelne.

Wikipedia: Kościół św. Jakuba Apostoła w Lublinie (PL), Website

23. Kościół pw. Świętego Stanisława Biskupa i Męczenika

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Kościół pw. Świętego Stanisława Biskupa i Męczenika

The Basilica of St. Stanislaus the Bishop Martyr, also known as the Basilica of the Relics (Tree) of the Holy Cross or the Dominican Church – one of the oldest churches in Lublin, together with the monastery is one of the longest existing institutions of this city.

Wikipedia: Bazylika św. Stanisława Biskupa Męczennika w Lublinie (PL), Url

24. kamienica Lubomelskich

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The Lubomelski House – a tenement house in Lublin with a preserved Renaissance portal and valuable polychromes on secular themes. Its façade has a very characteristic red color. At the top of the building there is a Renaissance attic embedded in the façade.

Wikipedia: Kamienica Lubomelskich w Lublinie (PL), Url, Url 0

25. Cerkiew Przemienienia Pańskiego

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The Transfiguration Cathedral is an Orthodox cathedral in Lublin, Poland. The main temple of the Lublin-Chełm diocese of the Polish Autocephalous Orthodox Church and the seat of the Lublin parish of the Transfiguration. It is located at Ruska Street.

Wikipedia: Sobór Przemienienia Pańskiego w Lublinie (PL)

26. Ogród Botaniczny UMCS

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The Maria Curie-Skłodowska University Botanical Garden is a botanical garden located in the Lublin district of Sławin, belonging to the Maria Curie-Skłodowska University. It was created in 1965 and opened to the public in 1974.

Wikipedia: Ogród Botaniczny Uniwersytetu Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej (PL), Website

27. Muzeum Wsi Lubelskiej

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The Lublin Village Museum in Lublin – an open-air museum with monuments of wooden and brick architecture and ethnographic collections from the area of the former Lublin Voivodeship, entered into the National Register of Museums.

Wikipedia: Muzeum Wsi Lubelskiej w Lublinie (PL), Website

28. Kościół pw. Świętej Agnieszki

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The Church of St. Agnes in Lublin – a Roman Catholic church built together with the Augustinian monastery in the years 1647-1667 in the Kalinowszczyzna, which constituted a separate jurydyka, expanded after 1685, now a parish.

Wikipedia: Kościół św. Agnieszki w Lublinie (PL), Url

29. Dworek Wincentego Pola

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Dworek Wincentego Pola

Wincenty Pol's Manor House in Lublin – a biographical museum of Wincenty Pol located in a classicist manor house erected at the end of the 18th century on the grounds of a small manor farm in Firlejowszczyzna near Lublin.

Wikipedia: Dworek Wincentego Pola w Lublinie (PL)

30. kamienica pod lwami

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The Tenement House Under the Lions – also known as the Cholewińska House, a Renaissance tenement house in Lublin, originally owned by Jerzy Organista. Its cornice is decorated with three lions carved in stone.

Wikipedia: Kamienica Pod Lwami w Lublinie (PL), Url, Url 0

31. Fundamenty Kościoła Farnego

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Fundamenty Kościoła Farnego

The Church of St. Michael the Archangel is a Roman Catholic parish church in Lublin, Poland, one of the oldest churches in the city and the first Gothic church in Lublin. Demolished in the mid-nineteenth century.

Wikipedia: Kościół św. Michała Archanioła w Lublinie (farny) (PL)

32. Kościół pw. Wniebowzięcia Najświętszej Maryi Panny Zwycięskiej

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The Rector Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Victorious or the post-Visitation Church aka Post-Bridgettine Church – one of the most valuable monuments of the Gothic and Renaissance in Lublin.

Wikipedia: Kościół Matki Bożej Zwycięskiej w Lublinie (PL), Website


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