Photographer's Note

The Dominican monastery with the Church of the Holy Trinity. The beginnings of the monastery reach back to the year 1222, when Bishop Iwo Odrowaz gave the former parish church to monks invited from Bologna. A relic from this period is a Romanesque refectory. The construction of a new early Gothic church was probably begun after the Tatar raid of 1241. Originally based on a hall scheme, it was extended and rebuilt as a three-aisled basilica in the second half of 14th century and the 15th century. [...]
The interior of the church gives an impression of emptiness and coldness. The opulence and formal variety of original altars disappeared with the 1850 fire and was replaced by a uniform neo-Gothic decoration.
You May visit my Internet photo gallery from this beautyful gothic church: Holy Trinity

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