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Jana Pawła II 7, Głubczyce, Opolskie, Poland • http://www.poland.travel
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Parochial Church of the Nativity of Blessed Virgin from the second half of XIIIth century warmly invites. From that period come 3 early-gothic portals: main(western) and southern(ornamented with interesting plant decoration) and northern. The body of the church was built in XIII-XIV century, transept with superstructure of northern tower in 1903-1907, southern tower in second half of XIVth century. Mainly, facilities of the church come from the end of XIXth and beginning of XXth century. In walls of the vestibule and aisles there are built inscription tombstones from XVIth and XVIIth century, devoted to local prosperous Lutheran townsmen. One of the tombstones (armorial one) is devoted to Martin Kinner, a town's writer who was a friend of famous German humanist Filip Melanchton. In the northern tower under octagon, there is a cannon-ball from the northern side, in the memory of Thirty Year's War (1618-1648).
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