The market square in Krakow, Poland, hears horn blaring on the top of the tower of the Church of Our Lady. Two tall towers and one low towers are built in the Middle Ages and are restored numerous times to this day. There are many beautiful sculptures and magnificent works inside. From the wall murals to the dome to the altars, the altars of the scriptures, the choir seats, any place seems to be blazingly coloured. Krakow's old town was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1978. The Cathedral of St. Mary is a typical Gothic building, a model of Gothic architecture in Poland. The whole church was built with handmade red bricks, and the interior, towers and the top of the church took a century to build.
Maria Church is a brick Gothic church, adjacent to the main market square in Krakow, Poland. It was built in the 14th century and its history can be traced back to the beginning of the 13th century. It is one of the best examples of Polish Gothic architecture. The church is 80 meters high and is famous for the wooden altar carved by Veit Stoss. In 1978, it became a UNESCO World Heritage Site along with the historical center of Krakow.
Located in Krakow’s Central Market Square, the St. Mary’s Basilica in Krakow was built in the 13th century. It has a Gothic design. Two towers, one high and one low, are quite distinctive. The exquisite carvings inside the church, the colorful wall paintings, the dazzling and colorful glass windows, and the star-like dome all make people shine. Every time the hour approaches, a large number of tourists will spontaneously gather at the Sanctuary of Our Lady and wait for the bell tower trumpeter to sound. This is to commemorate the brave trumpeter who sounded the alarm when the Mongols attacked the city in the 13th century but was shot in the throat with a bow and arrow.
amazing, represent the polish culture and history. walking around the church is nice specially in the afternoon. must visit.
The horn horn sounded and interrupted every day in the church of Santa Maria has been passed down from the Middle Ages until today. In order to inform the Tatar invasion, the brave trumpeter boarded the tower on time, blew the horn, and was shot through the throat by the Tatar army. , The sound of the horn suddenly stopped. For the next thousand years, the horn on the tower of the Temple of Our Lady sounded punctually every day, and never stopped.