Bielsko-Biala, The Trinity Church
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Bielsko-Biala, The Trinity Church

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It was built as a protestant church between 1604 and 1608 by Szymon Georg. Since 1654 i became catholic church. Until modernization between 1826 and 1831 it was in neogothic style, rebuilt between 1826 and 1831 and between 1928 and 1934. In the inter war period it was a garrison church of the Polish Army. Inside the church there are: picture of Saint Anthony, cross (from the 17th century), neogothic sculpture of Saint Mary with Infant Jesus in highlander's style.

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