Wroclaw

St. Mary Magdalene's Church

  ul. Szewska 10 ,   Old Town          (+48) 71 344 19 04     09 Aug 2019
This massive church was the second to be built on the left bank of the Odra River, after St. Adalbert's. During the Reformation it was taken over by the Protestants and was not returned to the Catholic Church until after WWII. Its most striking features are the 12th-century Romanesque portal that was moved here from the Benedictine Abbey - considered to be Wrocław's most valuable relic from that era - and the unique 'Penitents' Bridge' spanning the two soaring, yet stunted towers whose cupolas were never replaced after WWII. Climb the tower for thrilling views of the Old Town while traversing the open-air bridge 46m above ground.
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parafiamariimagdaleny@gmail.com

Open

Open 10:00-19:00. From June open 10:00-20:00.

Price/Additional Info

Admission 8/5zł.

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21.05.2011
Frederic

Not so interesting to visit and the view from the bridge between towers is less interesting than the 360° view from the St. Elisabeth tower. To sum up if you are short in time prefer to visit St. Elisabeth.
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