Church of the Mary on the Sand - was built in the place of the former Romanesque church, which stood here from the first half of the 12th century to 1334. A year later, construction of the temple in the Gothic style began. It has three naves, two towers, but only one of them has been completed and rises above the level of the naves. Only a few elements of the temple's equipment survived the war. In the basement of the tower, there is a decorative Gothic baptismal font. An interesting element is the wooden altars located at the pillars, and from Silesian churches that have been destroyed. A characteristic element of the furnishings is the baroque image of Our Lady of Victory from the 17th century, who came to Wrocław from Marijampole after World War II.
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