Sandomierz

Sandomierz is a city upon Vistula, which in recent years might have been associated with the popular tv show „Ojciec Mateusz”, telling the story of a priest, who was also a detective. But it is also strongly alluring thanks to its attractions, monuments and stories. Here are a few places that youn should discover while visiting this delightul town.

The Market Square Town Hall
Is it similar to many others, or is it one of a kind? The current renaissance town hall was built in the second half of the 16th century at the walls of an older one from the 14th century. Nowadays, it is the location of the District Museum which holds the historical and artistic exhibit in its collection.
Among the monuments gathered here, you should pay special attention to the late renaissance furniture, documents, the localization act from the 13th century and the so-called Sandomierz chessboard.

The tenements
The tenements by the Main Market Square also have a historical value and remember many crucial events from the city’s history. You should especially stop by building number 5 – which is known as the Bobola boarding school, and the Olesnicki Stone House Number 10, where in 1570 the representants the Czech, Calvinist and Luteran brothers submitted the Sandomierz agreement.

The small market square
Similar Limanowa, Nowy Sacz and Krakow, Sandomierz has its small market square too. It isn’t much smaller from the Main Market Square, which is located only a dozen meters away.
This place serves as a location for Commemorative events and markets, and on hot summer days, it is a perfect place to cool off and relax. There is a two-part fountain in the middle of the small market square.

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