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St. Joseph's Church

St. Joseph’s Church

The church was built between 1905 and 1909, and designed by Jan Sas Zubrzycki in the Gothic Revival style. It is the largest church in the area. The interior is shaped in the likeness of a Gothic cathedral in the so-called Gothic Vistula style. It is filled with numerous altars, benches and other items made […]

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Saint Eustache

One of the largest buildings you can see from Centre Pompidou is the church of St. Eustache.  The building actually dates back to the 13th century.  The current church, a gothic masterpiece, was built between 1532 and 1632. St. Eustache was prominent enough in Paris to have Louis XIV take his first communion there and Mozart has […]

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Duomo Conegliano

This church has a status of cathedral.  It is not so much due to its size but its historical importance.  Dating back to the late 1400’s this church was at the centre of Renaissance movement in Conegliano.  Of particular importance was the fact that the front facade of the church was connected to the school and […]

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Tyn Church

Tyn Church, or The Church of Our Lady Before Tyn, dominates one side of the Old Town Square in Prague. The two 80m spires of this powerful looking, Gothic church (with a Baroque interior) can be seen from all over Prague.  The oldest pipe organ in Prague stands inside this church. The organ was built in 1673 by […]

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Malmo – Old Town

Malmo has two distinct districts, the old town which is not very traditional or conventional  in the sense of old European towns.  The other part is The Western Harbour which is being built on the peninsula and is ultra modern. Since the construction of the Öresund bridge, linking Sweden to Denmark,  Malmö has undergone a major transformation with […]

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