Photographer's Note

Krakow is the second largest and one of the oldest cities in Poland.

Church of the Conversion of St. Paul, is a late Baroque, towerless building, which has slightly wider than the body piêciopolow± facade, covered with a lining of stone blocks and limestone details, built in the years 1719-1728. The interior is a single-nave, with a short and simple chancel, surmounted by an elliptical dome, the nave - covered by a barrel vault with lunettes on gurtach - adjacent row of chapels, three on each side, over which there are galleries.
The marble altar was built between 1761-1762, in niches around the main nave are set ten figures of the apostles, and the figures of the apostles St. And St. Peter. Andrew, are in the main sanctuary at the altar.

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Additional Photos by Tadeusz Rzepka (tedesse) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1338 W: 320 N: 2097] (25135)
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