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Chełmno - Abbey in the Dominikańska street

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Monastery complex in the Dominikańska street. On the other side of the street, the Copernicus High Scool is located. 

Ulica Dominikanska is not only one of the longest streets in the Old Town of Chelmno, but also one quite memorable, since both of it's ends are closed by churches, one of which (located within the monastery complex) is to be seen in the panorama. The other one is the Peter and Paul church, also simply called "Dominikanski" after the Dominican order, here not visible because the street goes downhill.

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