St. Anne's Collegiate Church, Krakow

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St. Anne's Collegiate Church is located in Krakow. To visit St. Anne's Collegiate Church on your holiday in Krakow, and find out what else Krakow has to offer, use our Krakow trip itinerary maker.
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  • Krakow has many beautiful Churches in which to pray. Here is another you must see! It's current building was built 
  • Indeed, a visit to Krakow you will discover an incredible number of churches large and small, in different styles but all equally well kept. The collegiate church is a typical University Church-it's viicno at the University of the city and at the Collegium Maius-with interior decorations: the high altar there is a beautiful painting of Saint Anna with two statues of Saints on the sides. Characteristic of the Church is the confession of St. John Kanty and notable aprimenti the two towers at the sides of the façade of the basilica.
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  • This church has a label that identifies it as a model of the Polish ecclesiastical Baroque architecture in its entry. It is a church attached to the Jagielonika University, where are the masses of opening and closing of the academic year. This is the largest Krakow's Baroque church and its stucco decorations are admirable.
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