Cistercians Abbey in Sulejów

Cistercian Abbey of Sulejów - was founded in 1176 by the duke Kazimierz II the Just. The most valuable parts of the abbey are:

* Romanesque Saint Thomas Becket of Canterbury Church.
* Romanesque fortified district which stopped Mongolian Hordes in 13th century.

External links

*pl icon [http://www.cystersi.sulejow.pl Cistercian Abbey of Sulejów - Poland]


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