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Kosciol na sw krzyzu
Poland

Bazylika mniejsza pw. Trójcy Świętej i sanktuarium Relikwii Drzewa Krzyża Świętego – sanktuarium znajdujące się na Świętym Krzyżu (Łysej Górze) w Górach Świętokrzyskich, na terenie diecezji sandomierskiej, najstarsze polskie sanktuarium.

Data założenia opactwa benedyktynów na Łysej Górze nie jest znana. Tradycja benedyktyńska przypisuje fundację Bolesławowi Chrobremu w 1006 roku. Pewnym jest, że klasztor założony został w I poł. XII wieku przez Bolesława Krzywoustego, początkowo pw. Świętej Trójcy, od XV wieku pw. Świętego Krzyża. Od 1306 r. przechowywano tam fragmenty relikwii Krzyża Świętego. W kaplicy Oleśnickich przechowywana jest znaczna cząstka relikwii Krzyża Świętego podarowana przez Emeryka, królewicza z Węgier. Dnia 22 marca 1661 roku jak podawała najstarsza polska gazeta Merkuriusz Polski Ordynaryjny król polski Jan II Kazimierz Waza wraz z małżonką oraz dworem zmierzając do Warszawy wstąpił do sanktuarium. Od 1936 mieści się tu klasztor i nowicjat Misjonarzy Oblatów Maryi Niepokalanej. Obecnie jest udostępniony do zwiedzania. 16 czerwca 2013 sanktuarium podniesiono do godności bazyliki mniejszej.

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