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Rynek Figura Jana Nepomucena
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Figura św Jana Nepomucena na Starym Rynku w Poznaniu. Usytuowana na wprost wylotu ul. Wrocławskiej rzeźba, wyobrażająca utopionego niegdyś w Wełtawie czeskiego kapłana, powstała w 1724 roku. Uważany za skutecznego obrońcę od powodzi święty miał zapewnić bezpieczeństwo miastu, nękanemu częstymi wylewami Warty. Jej koryto aż do lat sześćdziesiątych XX wieku znajdowało się bowiem w bezpośredniej bliskości Starego Rynku.

Copyright: Jacek iwaszkiewicz
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8000x4000
Uploaded: 18/10/2009
Updated: 16/08/2013
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