Nowy Korczyn

Nowy Korczyn is 23 km away.

Dlugosz House
The building of the former Academy from the 16th century, with preserved barrel vaults in the ground floor and basement.
According to local tradition, the water from this spring has healing properties.
The post-Franciscan complex and the Church of St. Stanisław
Post-Franciscan complex from 1257 founded by Bolesław the Chaste. Together with him, in the same year, the church of St. Stanisław.
The baroque furnishings of the temple come from the 17th and 18th centuries. In the 18th century, a belfry was added to the church, connected by a small passage to the western façade. On the façade of the temple there is a neo-baroque gable added in the 19th century. Inside, there is a Baroque polychrome from 1761. The presbytery of the church has a rib vault from the 14th century. The nave has a barrel vault with lunettes from the 17th century. The walls of the presbytery are covered with paintings depicting scenes from the life of St. Stanisław. The painting Resurrection of Piotrowina by Maciej Reichan is placed on the main altar. There are also six late baroque side altars in the church. Adjacent to the presbytery of the church is a wing of the former monastery (currently a presbytery) after numerous fires and styleless reconstructions.
The synagogue was built in 1659 under the privilege of King John II Casimir of Poland. The building material was bricks and stones from the demolished royal castle in Nowy Korczyn. In 1724, it was rebuilt from the damage from the Third Northern War. In 1895 it was partially rebuilt. At that time, another vestibule with a colonnade was added and an apparent vault covered with paintings with animal motifs and Hebrew inscriptions was erected in the main prayer hall and women's gallery. During World War II, the synagogue was devastated by the Germans. The building, which is currently in ruins, was secured in 2012 against collapse and further degradation.


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