Poznań - Baroque

markerA Fara Church in Poznań Fara Church in Poznań (full-name in polish: Kolegiata Matki Boskiej Nieustającej Pomocy i św. Marii Magdaleny w Poznaniu) - a Baroque parish church located on a cross of streets Gołębia and Świętosławska. On June 29, 2010 under special permission granted by Pope Benedict XVI, the church raised to th... Fara Church in Poznań - photo
markerB Palace Działyński in Poznan The palace was erected for the Great Lithuanian Marshall Władysław Gurowski and replaced two medieval houses located along the west side of the old market square. Antoni Höhne rebuilt it in the years 1785-87 in the mixture of Neoclassical and Baroque styles (it is one of the first Neoclassical b... Palace Działyński in Poznan - photo
markerC Jesuit College in Poznan The Jesuits came to Poznań in the 16th century and built a monastery, a church and a school (college) whose first rector was Reverend Jakub Wujek - the author of the first Polish translation of the Bible. The college opened in 1573 and sustained high standards of education but never achieved status ... Jesuit College in Poznan - photo
markerD Bazar Hotel The building of Bazar was erected in the years 1838-42 on the initiative of Karol Marcinkowski who contributed to the establishment of the Bazar Poznański joint stock company. The Neoclassical edifice faced Nowa Street (now I. Paderewskiego Street) that was marked out at the same time and the pr... Bazar Hotel - photo
markerE Church of St. Anthony of Padua and Franciscan Monastery Church of St. Anthony Padarewski and Franciscan monastery in Poznan is located at the bottom of Mount Przemysł (Castle Hill). Franciscans were brought to Poznan in the first half of the seventeenth century by Bishop Andrew Szołdrski. However, they aroused resentment of other religious orders (mo... Church of St. Anthony of Padua and Franciscan Monastery - photo
markerF Church of St. Francis Seraphic in Poznan Church of St. Francis Seraphic in Poznan, usually called the Church of St. Bernard is a baroque church. Has an adjacent monastery located at ul. Garbary 22 opposite to the Bernardine Square. In 1455 Poznan townsman Maciej Czarny with the support of Bishop Andrzej Bniński gave ground to Bernardines. ... Church of St. Francis Seraphic in Poznan - photo

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Name Poznań
Region Greater Poland
Country Poland (PL)
Population 556,022 inhabitants

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