Corpus Christi Church, Wroclaw
This cute little church was actually the first one I visited in Wroclaw. It is located on Swidnica street, close to the opera house. I liked the delicate brickstone architecture right away. The church was built in the early 14th century, thus the Gothic appearance. It has a beautiful vaulted ceiling, a nice Baroque altar and a modern organ + stained glass window on the western facade.
Originally it was used by the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem, nowadays it is catholic parish church.
This is the Gothic Corpus-Christi church - the only building which remains of the cloister of the Knights of St John of Jerusalem who ran a hospital here. Close by the church is the small neoclassical “odwach’ – the guardhouse, built at the beginning of the eighteenth century.
Address: Swidnicka street
Directions: not far from the main market square