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Kolegium pijarskie i jezuickie (Piarist and Jesuit College)

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Kolegium jezuickie (XVIII w.) – obecnie mieści się tu I LO im. Bolesława Chrobrego.

Więcej: http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/I_Liceum_Og%C3%B3lnokszta%C5%82c%C4%85ce_im._Boles%C5%82awa_Chrobrego_w_Piotrkowie_Trybunalskim

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A: Collegium Novum - kolegium jezuickie

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B: St. Jacob fara church - kościół farny

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C: Our Lady of Piotrków Trybunalski Shrine (Sanktuarium Matki Bożej Trybunalskiej)

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D: St. Jacob fara church - kościół farny (FARA)

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F: Old Town - Rynek Trybunalski

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G: Kościół pw. NP Marii Śnieżnej

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H: Church in Piotrków Trybunalski , klasztor oo. Bernardynów

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I: Kosciuszko Square - Plac Kościuszki

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J: Royal Castle - Zamek Królewski w Piotrkowie Trybunalskim

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