Square Świętej Katarzyny, Toruń, Kujawsko-Pomorskie, Poland • http://www.poland.travel
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After First World War St. Catherine Church as a church of polish army became a symbol of Polish patriotism.The name of the church comes from the chapel of St. Catherine founded in 1360 by the Municipal Council of the Torun New City. Legends have it that the nuns living here were to initiate the baking of gingerbreads called Catherine's (katarzynki). This word may be associated with the great annual fairs held on St. Catherine's day during which the products of Torun gingerbread makers were especially popular. The present church were constructed in the neo-Gothic style in the end of the 19th century.
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