Neo-Gothic Architecture of Lublin: Trinitarian Tower

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The Trinitarian Tower (Polish: Wieża Trynitarska) is a bell tower located in Lublin, Poland.


Five interesting facts about the tower:

  • It was built in 1627 in the Baroque style; in the years of 1819–1827, the tower was reconstructed by the Italian architect Antonio Corazzi (1792–1877) in the Neo-Gothic style.
  • It has 207 steps and reaches a height of 40 metres (131 feet).
  • Its total height is 60 metres (196 feet).
  • It houses the Archdiocesan Museum of Religious Art.
  • The view from the top of the tower is a beautiful 360 degree view of the city.

Archikatedra św. Jana Chrzciciela
The Trinitarian Tower with the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist (built between 1592 and 1617)

Chrystus Zmartwychwstały
Sculpture of the Resurrected Christ (dated to the 18th century)

Chrystus Zmartwychwstały
Sculpture of the Resurrected Christ (dated to the 19th century)

Chrystus Zmartwychwstały
Sculpture of the Resurrected Christ (dated to the 19th century)

Chrystus Zmartwychwstały
Sculpture of the Resurrected Christ (dated to the 19th century)

Chrystus Zmartwychwstały
Sculpture of the Resurrected Christ (dated to the 18th century)

Anioł
Sculpture of Angel (dated to the 18th century)

Old bell

Wieża Trynitarska w Lublinie
View of The Trinitarian Tower from Jezuicka street

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View southwest from the Trinitarian Tower


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