Castle-and-Park Complex in Krasiczyn, located in south-eastern Poland, just 10 km from the historical town of Przemysl.
It is one of the most beautiful monuments of the Polish Renaissance. Its construction was begun in 1580 by Stanis³aw Krasicki. He named the castle derived from his name. The small town that developed next to the castle took the same name. Despite a great many fires and wars, the castle has been preserved in practically unchanged outside shape from the 17th century.
Among the castle's most valuable architectural elements is the chapel in the Divine Tower, often compared to the Zygmunt Chapel at Wawel Castle in Kraków.
The Franciscans Church built in VXII century on the place gothic chapel is a mix of two styles: late baroque and classical style. T he interior collect many wonderful sculptures. Three stony figures in from of the entrance are made by Fabian Fesinger.
Not a good photo of the castle I'm afraid - too many trees around!
Not a great deal to see at the castle, but if you make the walk up the winding streets to get there, it does give you a fine view over the river and surrounding area.
The Castle was built about 1340 by King Kazimierz the Great on the hill. On the castle court there are expositions of reminded ruins from middle ages. The castle was completely rebuilt in XVI century into renaissance style. Right now there is a theatrical scene of the oldest theatre group in Poland.
Roman –Catholic Cathedra built in gothic style in XV – XVI century in a place where had been a roman temple previously (its relicts are saved and kept in the cellar). In XVIII century the Cathedra was reconstructed into baroque style. There is 71 m high belfry next to it. This building is famous and very popular on panorama views from Przemysl because its height.
this built in XV century church presents diffrent architectonic styles. it's one of the most precious and oldest monuments in the town... but its touristic potential is not used completely because there's no possibilty to enter the church tower and basements. the church is ease to find. it's located in the downtown and you can easily find it because the chruch towers is visible from many parts of the town
main square means main place of meetings. i can say that all roads lead to main square. this place attracts thousands of people per day, not only locals but tourists as well. this is the place when you can take a look at others, relax and waatch what happens around you. there's an bear shaped fountain. the square is sarrounded by beaufiful old apartement buildings and the most important thing is that there's no town hall.
The cathedral was built in a gothic style in the 15th century, in a place of other old roman catholic church. Afterwards in the 18th century was rebuilt in a baroque style. With its 71m tall belfry, it's very characteristic element of the panorama of Przemysl.
The cathedral was built in the 17th century as a Jesuit church. However, because of the fact that the Greek Orthodox believers didn't have in Przemysl any place of worship, in 1991 pope John Paul II decided to donate it to a Greek Catholic population and it has been converted into an orthodox church afterwards.
The main old town square is small, but very nice and what is interesting and unique, it's slanted. The tenement-houses date for the 16th and 17th centuries, but have been rebuilt in the 19th century.
It's nice to just seat there in a sunny day, enjoying a beer, looking at some children feeding pigeons :)
The Clock Tower built in 1775-1777 as a belfry for the cathedra which has never been built. The tower was used by the firemen as a watch –tower. From the top you can see the scenic view of old town of Przemysl.
There is unique and very interesting exposition of Museum of Bells and Pipes inside.
The castle was founded in the 14th century by Polish king Casimir III the Great. It was completely rebuilt in the 16th century in the renaissance style.
It's small but quite pleasant :)
The church has been built in the 17th century. Before the Second World War, the church belonged to the Greek Catholics, but after the was Carmelites regained it and restore its previous baroque look.
The curch was built in the 18th century, in a place of old gothic church. Its style joins late baroque and classical elements. In the inside you can see some impressive rococo sculptures and frescos.