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In Poznan, next to the one of oldest cathedrals in Europe- St. Peter's and St. Paul's Cathedral (built in 968AD) you can find a small Gothic church, built in 1432-1448. It is modeled on the West Pomeranian building style, with a three-nave hall, star vaulting and polychromic decorations. The altar was designed by Waclaw Taranczewski in 1954. The adjoining building with the crowstep gables is a Late Gothic Psalteria, dating to 1518, which contained flats for the clergy.
Between those buildings you will see the statue of Virgin Mary- begin your search here.
Qbhoyr gerr ubyqf gur gernfher, fgrc hc naq ybbx hc oruvaq gur fgnghr.