Poznan

St. Martin's Church

  ul. Św. Marcin 13 ,   Old Town          (+48) 61 852 32 63     11 Feb 2020
The first mention of a church standing on this site dates from 1252, though it owes its current Gothic look to the 16th century. Although this was Poznań’s most damaged church in WWII, its interior is still a sight to behold. The wooden Gothic sculpture of the Madonna in the nave dates back to 1510, and the Gothic Silesian altar triptych is from 1498. Don’t miss the grotto that stands outside the church, built in 1911 after the vicar Tadeusz Wierbiński was miraculously cured of blindness by the healing waters of Lourdes.

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Open 09:00 - 17:00.
No visiting during mass please.

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