9 Sights in Radom, Poland (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Radom, 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 9 sights are available in Radom, Poland.

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1. Muzeum Sztuki Współczesnej

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Muzeum Sztuki Współczesnej Stanisław Zbigniew Kamieński / CC BY-SA 4.0

Museum of Contemporary Art in Radom, Branch of the Museum Jacek Malczewski, established on November 10, 1990, was the first in Poland to officially received the name: Museum of Contemporary Art. It has a large collection of Polish art of the second half of the 20th and early 21st century, growing almost exclusively thanks to gifts. Among the donors are the most outstanding artists from various circles and generations: J. Nowosielski, J. Maziarska, E. Rosestein, J. Skarżyński, J. Kraupe, W. Fangor, S. Gierowski, J. Tarasin, Z. Makowski, J. Sempoliński , H. Błachnio, M. Kołodziej, K. Bereźnicki, R. Winiarski, Ł. Korolkiewicz, E. Kuryluk, W. Hasior, J. Bereś, E. Szczodrowska, J. Owidzka, J. Berdyszak, I. Gustowska, E . Dwurnik, J. Waltoś, J. Gaj, S. Baj, G. Bednarski, T. Boruta, A. Mickiewicz, J. Sroka, M. Smoczyński, S. Ambroziak; Families and other heirs. Works of dead creators: A. Nacht, M. Oberländer, Z. Tymoszewski, Z. Karpiński, J. Łukomski, L. Stehnova, A. Hoffmann. The museum received over 2,500 works in 1992-2013. Outstanding Polish artists are co -creators of the museum's collections. Part of their collection was given by Krystyna Zachwatowicz and Andrzej Wajda. One of the most important collections of Polish art of this period was created, used in an educational program addressed to high school youth. The museum organized individual and problem exhibitions for 25 years.

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2. Kościół pw. Trójcy Przenajświętszej

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Holy Trinity Church-The first wooden church was built in the first half of the 17th century, along with the Benedictine Sisters Monastery of the Barbara Spawning Foundation. This wooden temple was destroyed in the Swedish flood. From 1678 to 1733, Tilman of Gameren designed and built a masonry church. In 1774, a fire destroyed the monastery and church procession. In 1809, the monastery established a military hospital, and in 1819, after Casata, the monastery established a prison. In 1837, it was renamed PW Orthodox Church. Santa Claus. After the uprising in January 1864. The building was reconstructed by the addition of a superstructure with a dome and the addition of a triangular top supported by pilasters to the top of the second floor. The whole facade was pierced. During the First World War, the Austrians laid out a warehouse inside, leaving the facility in ruins. From 1924 to 1925, 19th-century reconstructions were demolished and designed by architect Kazimierz Prokulsky to reconstruct baroque exterior walls. The church has been run by OO since 1947. Jesuits. In 1982, the church was being renovated. Until 1997, the monastery was a prison and detention center and is now the seat of the bishops' college. The facility is part of the Radomia Monument hiking route.

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3. Kościół pw. Świętej Katarzyny Aleksandryjskiej

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The Bernardine monastery complex in Radom - a late -Gothic sacred team located at the former Przedmieście Lubelskie in the immediate vicinity of the Kazimierz city. Funded in 1468 is one of the best preserved monastery complexes in Poland. Established in stages. The assumption has the status of a monument of history and is part of the monuments of Radom.

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4. Muzeum im. Jacka Malczewskiego

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IM Museum. Jack Malczewski is a cultural institution in the province of Mazowiyates, headquartered in Radom, founded in 1923. The main statutory objective of the facility is the collection, preservation, scientific development and display of Polish cultural assets in the archaeological, historical, literary, natural and artistic fields.

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5. Pomnik Marii i Lecha Kaczyńskich

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The Lech and Maria Kaczynski Monument is the first statue of Lech and Maria Kaczynski in Poland, which was unveiled in Radom on June 18, 2013. It was written by Andrzej Renes, and the authors include Andrzej Renes. Statues of Father Ignatius Shell and the Prague Backyard Band stand in Warsaw.

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6. Mury miejskie

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City walls in Radom - a series of medieval fortifications together with defensive buildings, surrounding the new Radom, built in the second half of the fourteenth century. It was demolished in the first half of the 19th century.

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7. Kościół pw. Świętego Wacława

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St. Wacław in Radom - erected in 1216, funded by Prince Leszek Biały. Equipped by his son Bolesław the Shame. In 1440 it was expanded and partly rebuilt in the Gothic style. The facility is part of the monuments of Radom.

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8. Kościół Ewangelicko-Augsburski

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Radom Gospel-Augsburg Church is Radom Gospel-Augsburg Parish Church. It belongs to Warsaw Parish. It is located on Nikolaj Rej Street near the town of Kazimierowsky. The facility is part of the Radomia Monument hiking route.

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9. Kościół pw. Świętego Stanisława Biskupa i Męczennika

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St. Louis Garrison Church. Bishop Stanislav of Radom-Roman Catholic Garrison Church in Radom. It is located on Constitution Square in the city center on May 3. The facility is part of the Radomia Monument hiking route.

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