Sandomierz - brick

markerA Town hall in Sandomierz Town hall in Sandomierz was built shortly after the Lithuanian invasion in 1349, originally in Gothic style. It was a square building topped by a tall, octagonal tower. The southern part (with the sundial) dates from this period. In the sixteenth century, it was rebuilt in the form of an elongated r... Town hall in Sandomierz - photo
markerB Sandomierz Cathedral Cathedral Basilica of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Sandomierz (Polish: Bazylika katedralna Narodzenia NMP w Sandomierzu) is a gothic cathedral constructed in 1360. Renovated in the baroque style in the 18th century, and received the rank of cathedral in 1818. Sandomierz Cathedral - photo
markerC Dominican Church and Convent of St. James in Sandomierz The Church of St. James in Sandomierz (Church of St. Jacob), also known as the Shrine of Blessed Sadok and 48 Dominican martyrs, Monastery of Dominicans (Convent of St. James), Shrine of Our Lady of the Rosary, is one of the oldest brick churches in Poland (probably in Europe) and the second oldest ... Dominican Church and Convent of St. James in Sandomierz - photo

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Name Sandomierz
Region Świętokrzyskie
Country Poland (PL)
Population 25,088 inhabitants