Collegiate Church of the Holy Cross and St. Bartholomew in Wroclaw
Collegiate Church of the Holy Cross and St. Bartholomew in Wroclaw - Gothic church on Cathedral Island located in the immediate vicinity of the former castle of Silesian Piasts. Collegiate Church was founded by Prince Henry Probus as a vote at the end of his long-term politico-ecclesiastical dispute with the Bishop of Wroclaw, Thomas II, completed in autumn 1287th. As a sign of a settlement the two adversaries agreed to fund the temples.
The designer of the building was probably listed as a court of Henry builder, master Wiland. Very tall, two-storey brick hall church has an unusual arrangement in Silesia, a two-storey interior: the lower church Bartholomew and the upper right of the Holy Cross.