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Here you can find interesting sights in Lublin, Poland. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 26 sights are available in Lublin, Poland.Back to the list of cities in Poland
1. Kościół pw. Świętego Krzyża
Lublin Holy Cross Church is a Roman Catholic Holy Cross Church located at 7 Idzi Radziszewski Street in the Archdiocese of Lublin, Lublin. The original church was built in 1434, when Gdansk merchant Henry tried to steal the relics of the Holy Cross tree in Rubli from OO Church. Dominicans. Under the cover of night, he wanted to carry the relics out of the city, but when he got outside the city wall, the cow had stopped and didn't want to tow the carriage any more. Terrified, Henry turned back to the city, handed over the relics, and then funded a wooden church where the miracle happened. The original church existed until the early 17th century, when the Raj people of Lublin wanted to establish a second parish in an already large city, so they established a second parish on the former site of the old wooden church. The cross is new and brick. No second parish was established in Lublin at the time, but in exchange, the position of Farah, a Lublin cleric, was strengthened. Michael's church. The cross was taken over at the end of the 17th century by Dominican Watchers, who built a monastery there. The nuns stayed at the site until Poland split for a third time and the Austrian government scrapped the "useless" monastery. The Loubel Monastery of the Dominican Observer Mission was converted into a barracks, which greatly expanded it. The barracks are called. St. Christopher has been in there. 20 years old. The buildings were used by the then newly formed University of Lubland in the 1990s and are still home to the University of Lubland. During the years during the war, the band's buildings, especially the church, were renovated and partially rebuilt under the direction and design of Marian Lalevich.
2. Pomnik Unii Lubelskiej
The Lublin Union Monument, a monument on the Lithuanian Square in Lublin, was unveiled on August 26, 1826, according to the design of Stanislav Stasic and Felix Bentkowski and Paul Malinski. It commemorates the union between the Kingdom of Poland and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania in Lublin on July 1, 1569. The monument was erected where the nobles arrived at Parliament and held their meetings, just across from what is now the church and the Abbey of Capuchin. It is one of three rubland sites recognized by the European Union as a symbol of European heritage in March 2007. The monument is the last stop on the Jagiellon Trail from Lubel Castle to Lubel Alliance.
3. Dworek Wincentego Pola
Dworek Wincenty Pola in Lublin - the Biographical Museum of Wincenty Pola located in the classicist manor erected at the end of the 18th century in the small Firlejowszczyzna farm near Lublin. Currently, the manor house is located in the Kalinowszczyzna district. In the years 1804-1810 he was the property of Franciszek Ksawery Pola, father of Wincenty Pola. Sold after the departure of the Families to Lviv, in 1860 he returned to the family for seventeen years as a gift of citizens of the Lublin Province. The head of the branch is curator Wiktor Kowalczyk.
4. Kościół pw. Nawrócenia Świętego Pawła Apostoła
St. Bernard's Church. . . At the call of St. Bernard's Church. Paul's Church in Lublin, built in 1470-1497, rebuilt after fires in 1557-1569 and 1602-1630. Further renovations were carried out in 1762 and 1790; In 1827, Xifeng was rebuilt and its fragility increased. Further modifications were carried out between 1850 and 1860, and elevation modifications and roof downgrades were carried out in 1903. The church was also renovated several times in the 20th century. Near the hive. Bernard five.
5. 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.
6. Kościół pw. Świętego Jozafata
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.
7. Piwnica pod Fortuną
The basement under Fortuna-the vintage multicolor room of Lubomelsky's apartment at Market 8 in Lublin. Until February 2018, the basement group under the townhouse was managed by the Lubler Regional Tourism Organization; Since then, the site has been under the control of the Lubelska underground route of the "Grodzka Gama-NN Theatre". The basement is a year-round facility that is open every day. The admission fee is payable.
8. Kościół pw. Świętego Piotra Apostoła
St. Roman Catholic Church, located in Lublin, was built from 1636 to 1658. Until the fire in 1768. He has the characteristics of Lublan Renaissance. In 1780, the reconstruction of Baroque style was completed. In 1899, Wladislaw Barwicki redesigned the new Baroque multicolor. The church has been part of OO since 1920. In November 2015, the Jesuits handed him over to the archdiocese of Lubler.
9. Kaplica Świętej Trójcy
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.
10. Wieża Trynitarska
The tower of separation of powers in Lublin-neo-Gothic tower-bell tower is the highest historical altitude in Lublin. From the 40-meter-high observation deck, you can see the vast panoramic view of the city. The tower is named after the Order of OO. A separation of powers who stayed in a Jesuit monastery near the tower. It is now home to the Archdiocese Museum.
11. kamienica Konopniców
Konopniców tenement house - a tenement house in the Old Town in Lublin. Among the numerous tenement houses on the Old Town Square, it stands out the most and is one of the prettiest tenement houses in Lublin. It impresses with its color and decorations. Its uniqueness is influenced by the fact that its facade was the only one covered with mannerist reliefs.
12. Kościół pw. Matki Bożej Wspomożenia Wiernych
Salezian Church. The Aid of Notre Dame in Lublin was formerly the monastery of Father Francis. They arrived in Lublin in 1621. They built a wooden PW church. San Lorenzo, 1635-1649, between the Angel of the Virgin Mary and St. Francis. The church was built on the swamp, so that it was built on the wooden ball. This temple has been hit by fire many times.
13. Kamienica Archidiakońska 7
Mansjonari, Mansjonaria, or Priest's House, is a monument to the PW Farm Church before the 15th century. St. Michael Street in the old city of Lublin. Vice Bishop number nine. Later, the building was rebuilt many times, and it was a building until World War II. As a serviced apartment. Now, the whole place is a separate apartment.
14. Brama Grodzka
The Grodzka Gate or the Jewish Gate - the City Gate in Lublin, the remains of the first brick elements of the city's fortifications, built in 1342, after the permit of Kazimierz III the Great. The current monument has the shape given to him in 1785 by the court architect King Stanisław August Poniatowski, Dominik Merlini.
15. Pałac Lubomirskich
Lubomirski or Boradivilowski is a palace in Lublin, exhibited in Baroque style and then rebuilt in classical style. The building dates back to the 16th century, and its present appearance is attributed to the rebuilding in 1829. It is located in Lithuanian Square, between Chatore Palace and Governor's Palace.
16. Muzeum Historii Miasta Lublina
Museum of the History of the City of Lublin – a branch of the National Museum in Lublin. It is located in the building of the historic Krakow Gate. It was established in 1965. The permanent exhibition "History of the City" organized there presents the history of Lublin from the settlement period to 1944.
17. Kościół pw. Świętego Wojciecha Biskupa i Męczennika
St. Wojciech in Lublin - hospital church Saint. Wojciech is a rector's object. A brick, late Renaissance church was established in 1610–1635. Remainted in 1756, then adapted to the magazine in 1835, it was restored in 1923–1930. Further restaurant works were carried out in it in 1970 and 1974.
18. Ławeczka Henryka Raabego
The bench of Henri Rabe, the first president of Curie-Sklodovskaya University, sits on a square in Lublin, named after the university's patron saint, in the academic town of UMCS. The author of the monument sculpture is Benedict Popek, a sculptor in Mazur, Bode Carpathian Mountains.
19. Wieża Ciśnień
The water tower at Aleje Racławickie - the water tower located at al. Racławickie 42 in Lublin, built by the American construction company Ulen & Company in 1926. This company was also associated with the construction of waterworks, including in Radom, Piotrków and Częstochowa.
20. kamienica Klonowica
Clonovica Apartment is an apartment in the old city of Lublin, which is related to the history of famous poet, Rajika and mayor Sebastian Clonovici; Its facade is adorned with the Sgraf Medal with images of Bilnatt of Lublin, John Kochanovsky of Lublin and Vincent Bohr.
21. Kościół pw. Świętego Stanisława Biskupa i Męczenika
The Lublin Castle is a medieval castle in Lublin, Poland, adjacent to the Old Town district and close to the city center. It is one of the oldest preserved Royal residencies in Poland, established by High Duke Casimir II the Just.
23. Dom Słów- Izba Drukarstwa
24. kamienica pod lwami
A tenement house near Lviv - also called the Cholewińska tenement house, a Renaissance tenement house in Lublin, which was originally owned by Jerzy Organista. Her cornice is decorated with three forged lions in stone.
25. Kościół Zielonoświątkowy „Oaza”
The Lublin Pentecostal Church "Oasis" congregation is the largest evangelical congregation in Lublin and is a Christian Pentecostal Protestant community. It belongs to the Pentecostal Church in eastern Poland.
26. Fundamenty Kościoła Farnego
St. Archangel Michael: The defunct Roman Catholic church of Fana. Michael, the archangel of Lublin, is one of the oldest temples in the city. If it existed, it would be the oldest Gothic church in Lublin.
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