Street Narutowicza 6, Lublin, Lubelskie, Poland • http://www.poland.travel
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This Gothic church is one of the oldest monument in Lublin. It was build within years 1412-1426 thanks to Władysław Jagiełło as a memory of the victory near Grunwald. The churched survived till today almost untouched in a Gothic style despite many fires and plunders. Inside one can notice a mix of styles: Renaissance decorations, Neo-Gothic furniture dated back to 1901. One had to mention a painting depicting St Brigida, which dated back to the 15th century, and 15th century relicts.
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