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"Christianity and stained-glass windows" Tychy Things to Do Tip by matcrazy1

Tychy Things to Do: 28 reviews and 28 photos

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Look at stained-glass window inside St. Maria Magdalena Roman catholic church.

Moving from the catacombs, the earliest Christians worshiped in their homes; then, when they became politically secure enough, the Christians built churches. The first churches housed the relics of saints. Architecturally, they were based on the basilica, the Roman law court. The cruciform floor plan developed from the Byzantine square floor plan with a dome added.

European kings and bishops sent to Jerusalem and the east for holy relics. Their emissaries brought back small works of art such as cloisonne , damascene and carved ivory set with jewels and precious glass. Oriental and African craftsmen and glassmakers found their way to Europe as early as the third century.

Address: ul. Ks. Damrota 62; 43-100 Tychy; Poland
Directions: Parafia Rzymsko-Katolicka pw. Marii Magdaleny w Tychach (Roman Catholic Parish in Tychy). At northern part of Rynek (Market Square).
Phone: +48 (32) 227 - 22 - 42

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  • Updated Nov 6, 2003
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