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Built in 1370-1420, this three-nave basilica was one of the largest in Silesia. Burnt down completely during the WW2 fights in 1945, it was then rebuilt according to the original plans from year 1370. 
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Built in 1370-1420, this three-nave basilica was one of the largest in Silesia. Burnt down completely during the WW2 fights in 1945, it was then rebuilt according to the original plans from year 1370.
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Plac ratuszowy - the Market Square of Jelenia Góra, Southwest Poland. 
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Plac ratuszowy - the Market Square of Jelenia Góra, Southwest Poland.
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Jelenia Góra Market Square: a pre-WWII postcard (Wikimedia Commons)
Ulica 1 Maja (1st May Street), Jelenia Góra, Southwest Poland. 
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Ulica 1 Maja (1st May Street), Jelenia Góra, Southwest Poland.
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The 18th century church of St. John the Baptist in Cieplice, now part of Jelenia Góra, Southwest Poland. 
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The 18th century church of St. John the Baptist in Cieplice, now part of Jelenia Góra, Southwest Poland.

"The church belonged to the former Cistercian monastery complex. The first chapel was presumably erected here by Duke Bolesław Wysoki in 1175. A fire in 1711 destroyed all buildings except for the belfry (1709-1710). The present, single-nave church was erected between 1712 and 1714. The interior contains elegant baroque furnishings, including the high altar (1716), 8 side altars (the 18th c.) and the organ (1765). Since 1601 members of the Cieplice line of the Schaffgotsch family were buried in the crypt underneath the presbytery. The surrounding wall includes 15 tombstones brought here from Radomierz in 1849." (From the information plaque near the church).
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St. John the Baptist's church in CiepliceSt. John the Baptist's church in Cieplice: the southern portalSt. John the Baptist's church in Cieplice: the southern portal
Pomnik Powstańców Śląskich (The Silesian Insurgents' Monument) in Katowice. 
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Pomnik Powstańców Śląskich (The Silesian Insurgents' Monument) in Katowice.

"The monument was designed in 1967 by Gustaw Zemła - a sculptor, and Wojciech Zabłocki - an architect. It is considered one of the best-designed Polish monuments and is presented at a very well exposed location. It is also the largest and heaviest monument in Poland. It is a harmonious combination of architecture and sculpture with appropriate symbolism: the wings symbolize the three Silesian Uprisings (1919-1920-1921) while the names of places that were battlefields are etched on the vertical slopes. The monument, which was funded by the people of Warsaw for Upper Silesia, is considered Katowice's landmark." (From Wikipedia).
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The Silesian Insurgents' Monument in Katowice
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