Sanctuary of St. Jadwiga, Trzebnica

Sanctuary of St. Jadwiga in Trzebnica, also Trebnitz or Trzebnica Abbey, is a convent for Cistercian nuns in Trzebnica, north of Wrocław, in Silesia, Poland, founded in 1203. It was abandoned for a few decades in the 19th century, and then was taken over by the Sisters of Mercy of St. Borromeo in 1889.
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  • A beautiful church originating from the 13th century with a lot of later baroque decorations of very high artistic quality. A tomb of St Jadwiga is located by the altar on the right side. Also, the ch...  more »
  • Interesting architectural object.. It is worth to look inside-the building is impressive. With a guided tour we can know the history of this place, which is very interesting.
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