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Gdansk Gothic Route

The Gothic style in art and architecture evolved thanks to new structural solutions, which allowed to go beyond the previously applied principles of erecting buildings and to achieve a new type of solid. After the era of heavy Romanesque buildings, it was time for the slenderness of Gothic buildings. Thanks to this, it was possible to build not only much higher buildings, but also much better illuminated by larger windows. We invite you to follow the Gdansk Gothic Route!

10. The Holy Trinity Post-Franciscan Complex (11/12)
The Holy Trinity Church
The Holy Trinity Church
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The Holy Trinity Church is a temple erected in Gdansk in the 15th century, although its extension lasted until the beginning of the 16th century. The church was built for the Franciscan Order. It is a part of the monastery team of the Friars Minor Conventual. Currently, it is considered one of the most valuable late Gothic monuments in Gdańsk. The temple is known for its very characteristic crow-stepped gable elevations.