Swidnica

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A wonderfully quaint town, boasting original medieval Polish architecture, and home to several extraordinary churches.

Swidnica is a city in south-western Poland in the region of Silesia. It lies in Lower Silesian Voivodeship, being the seventh largest town in that province. Its main attractions include the Gothic Church of St. Stanislav and Vaclav from the 14th century, which has the highest tower in Silesia, standing 103 meters tall, as well as the 17th century Evangelical Church of Peace, a UNESCO Heritage site. The 16th century town hall has been renovated numerous times and combines Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque architectural elements. The Baroque Church of St. Joseph and the Church of St. Christopher are from the same era.
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