Church of St. James in Toruń

Church of Sts. James in Toruń - the old parish church of the New Town of Torun, located at the eastern corner of New City Market Square. Given the need to match the existing street grid of the chancel is not strictly oriented, but directed towards the north-east. The foundation stone was laid in 1309 by Bishop Herman. In the same year the construction of the sanctuary was started. Till 1340 the form of the church was shaped. It has a rare layout of it's three-nave basilica with arches and tall (decorated with frogs and flowers) pinnacles.

Source of description: planerGO

This object belongs to Toruń New Town Square

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Style definitin of style Gothic
Category definition of category church
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Price definition of price gratis
Geographical coordinates 53.0118580, 18.6126385
Address Toruń, Rynek Nowomiejski 6
Construction dates 1309 -
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