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Бригитский Костёл. Inside
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Дата строительства 1642—51 гг. Стиль раннее барокко

Бригитский костел и монастырь — архитектурный памятник барокко. Построен в первой половине XVII в. Интересен организацией генерального плана с вынесением костела на перекресток двух значительных улиц города. Угловые башенки и изящные брамы монастырских стен усиливают художественное восприятие комплекса среди затесненного участка.

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