Church in Stary Zamek

Stary Zamek , ul.Centralna 8
Built of broken stone, the Romanesque church of St. Stanislaus comes from the 2nd half of the 13th century. The authentic Romanesque chancel, nave and sacristy are combined with a Gothic tower on the west side, and from a porch from the south. At the entrance on the south side there is a preserved Romanesque portal with two-sided tympanum with reliefs of the Virgin Mary and St. Stanislaus on the outside, and with scenes depicting St. Stanislaus inside. In the lower part of the portal, there are two Romanesque sculptures of lions made of granite. Inside, note the Gothic stone sacra and the 15th-century wooden sculptures. In the nave, there are Renaissance figural epitaphs from the 16th century.

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