Square Zamkowy 1, Brzeg, Opolskie, Poland • http://www.poland.travel
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Very interesting church regarding its architecture with rich history and highly valued monuments of sepulchral art, invites to visit it. Castle's church of St.Jadwiga - presbytery of a former collegiate church built in XIV century, rebuilt in XVI century as a mausoleum of Piasts' kin of Legnica and Brzeg. After destroying the church and collegiate buildings in 1741, in 1783 there was other rebuilding. During rebuilding of a castle in XX century, the church became a gothic one. In the church's crypt, there are 22 cooper and tin sarcophaguses with remains of Piasts from Legnica and Brzeg. The sarcophaguses comes from XVI and XVII century and they are highly valued monuments of sepulchral art. Some of them are exposed in a museum.
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