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Jesuit monastic Church of the most Sacred Heart of Jesus and Our Lady of Consolation - This former Dominican Church is one of the oldest churches in the city.

In 1920 the monastery became the property of the Jesuits, who, after World War II (1939-1945), took successful efforts to gain compensation for Mary's crowns robbed by the Nazi. Re-coronation of the image was done by the Metropolitan Bishop of Poznań, Antoni Baraniak on October 12, 1968.

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Author Dennis Jarvis from Halifax, Canada


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