Photographer's Note

The niche in wall of church St Wojciech in Poznan.
Church came into being in XV in. as Gothic building, ad quem in XVI in. aisle was added. On the turn XVI and XVII in. church received Renaissance peak loads, and holy Anthony's chapel since noon was added.
It is temple which possesses three naves, lierne covered vault. Interior adorns art nouveau polychromy. Main altar - stylised on Gothic it - comes from from 1953 r. In his median lodgings the Gothic bas-relief of Assumption was placed Maryi Unmarried woman from XVI in., attributed jednemu of Wit's pupils Stwosza. Three late Renaissance altars in aisles are; he the painting of Italian school in standing in South nave altar was situated from XVI in. Mourning Christ.

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