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Important places in witokrzyski Region. Sanctuary of the Holy Cross PDF Drukuj Email
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The legend has it that Benedictian abbey was founded by Bolesaw Chrobry in 1006 A.D. In the 14th century it assumed the name Holy Cross. The sanctuary boasts to host the relic of the Holy Cross on which Jesus Christ died. This fact was a reason for countless pilgrimages which made the sanctuary one of the most important ones in Poland. During its long history, the abbey has been damaged and plundered several times. It was only thanks to generous founders and sponsors that it managed to be restored. In 1819 the buildings of the abbey were taken over by the State Treasury of the Polish Crown. Currently, part of the building hosts the novitiate of the Missionary Oblates. The post-benedictian abbey includes a square-shaped complex of monastery buildings from the 14th and 15th century together with a garth, gallery, early Baroque chapel of the Oleniccy and late-Baroque-classical church. The west, early-Baroque wing hosts now the Museum of Nature and Forest, and the eastern part of the complex consists of a Baroque belfry and the 17th century gate.

Making of Christmas cards. PDF Drukuj Email
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 Christmas is an exceptional time in Polish history and culture. The tree, Christmas Eve, sharing wafer, carols, all this makes Christmas a significant celebration full of family warmth. One of many traditions in Poland is sending Christmas cards. The pupils of Youth Sociotherapy Centre took a really active part in making their own Christmas cards.

Polish national folk costumes. PDF Drukuj Email
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 The origins of Polish national folk costumes go back to late 19th century and early 20th century. In between World Wars the costumes started to be treated as festive clothes not as casual, everyday garment. The design and the appearance of a costume depend on a region of Poland it comes from, climatic conditions, type of industry, socio-economic relatioships and the historical background of the region.  

Poland in Europe PDF Drukuj Email
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Poland, officially The Republic of Poland – a country situated in Central Europe on the Baltic Sea. It borders on Germany (to the west), the Czech Republic and Slovakia (to the south), Ukraine, Lithuania and Belarus (to the east) and Russia (to the north). It also shares the sea border with Denmark and Sweden. 
Several theories explain the origins of the name Poland. One of them implies that the name comes from a tribe called Polanie , another one says that the area inhabited by the tribe was called polna ziemia which translates as field grounds. Thus, the name Poland came into being and was started to be used in reference to the whole country in 11th century.

Wane miejsca w regionie witokrzyskim - Sanktuarium wity Krzy PDF Drukuj Email
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 Wedug legendy opactwo benedyktyskie zaoy Bolesaw Chrobry w 1006 r. Od XIV w. nazywane witym Krzyem. Przechowywane s tu relikwie drzewa krzya witego, na ktrym mia umrze Jezus Chrystus. Odtd stao si jednym z najwaniejszych polskich sanktuariw i celem licznych pielgrzymek.
Opactwo w cigu swej historii byo kilkakrotnie rabowane i niszczone. Podupadao i podnosio si z upadku dziki hojnym fundatorom. W 1819 zabudowania opactwa przekazano skarbowi Krlestwa Polskiego. Aktualnie w czci budynku mieci si nowicjat Zgromadzenia Misjonarzy Oblatw M.N.
Zesp opactwa pobenedyktyskiego obejmuje czworobok budynkw klasztornych z XIV-XV w. wraz z wirydarzem i krugankiem, wczesnobarokow kaplic Olenickich oraz ponobarokowo-klasycystycznym kocioem. Od zachodu przylega wczesnobarokowe skrzydo (obecnie Muzeum Przyrodniczo-Lene PN), a od wschodu barokowa dzwonnica i brama z XVIII w.

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