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Basilica in Wislica
Poland

Bazylika Kolegiacka Narodzenia Najświętszej Marii Panny w Wiślicy - jedną z najstarszych miejscowości w Polsce( ok IX w) Bazylikę ufundował król Kazimierz Wielki w połowie IV w( 1350 - 1380) Zbudowana jest z kamienia ciosowego. Na obecną chwilę jest najlepiej zachowanym kościołem z grupy pseudodwunawowych kazimierzowskich.

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