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Former Jesuits College, Poznan, Poland
Poland
The college - or a monastic house where part of the friars devoted their time to educating young people - was founded in Poznań in 1570. One year later the first Jesuits came to town. The College was opened in 1573; one of its founders and the first rector was Father Jakub Wujek. The school boasted high academic standards. The college as it is today was built in the 18th century. Today it houses the City Council.
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Tags: jesuits; college; poznan; poland; 18th century.
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