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Church in Strzelno

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Kościół Świętej Trójcy i Najświętszej Marii Panny w Strzelnie – trójnawowa bazylika z transeptem i zamkniętym apsydąprezbiterium. Budowę kościoła rozpoczęto w XII wieku i ukończono dopiero w połowie XIII wieku. W 1216 miała miejsce jego uroczysta konsekracja. W późniejszym czasie kościół zbarokizowano. W kościele znajdują się, kolumny pokryte płaskorzeźbą figuralną – należą do unikatowych zabytków romańskich. W całej Europie, oprócz kolumn strzelińskich, zachowały się rzeźbione kolumny tylko w Hiszpanii w Santiago de Compostela (w katedrze św. Jakuba) oraz we Włoszech, w Wenecji (w katedrze św. Marka). Kolumny te są wykonane z piaskowca przywiezionego najprawdopodobniej z Brzeźna – okolice Konina (Wielkopolska). Datowane są one na 2. połowę wieku XII i początek XIII.

Opis źródło: http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ko%C5%9Bci%C3%B3%C5%82_%C5%9Awi%C4%99tej_Tr%C3%B3jcy_i_Naj%C5%9Bwi%C4%99tszej_Marii_Panny_w_Strzelnie

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