Toruń / Thorn - Kerken / Kirchen / Churches (2019)
- Video van een bezoek aan de Mariakerk en de Sint-Jacobskerk in Toruń (Polen), 23 juli 2019.
- Video von einem Besuch in der Marienkirche und der Jakobskirche in Thorn (Polen), 23.07.2019.
- Video of a visit to the Church of the Virgin Mary and the Church of St. James in Toruń, Poland, July 23, 2019.
Cathedral of Szczecin, Szczecin, West Pomeranian, Poland, Europe
The Cathedral Basilica of St. James the Apostle, Szczecin was built by the citizens of the city and modeled after the Church of St. Mary in Lübeck. It is the largest church in Pomerania and for many years after the reformation was part of the Pomeranian Evangelical Church, but since World War II and the handing over of Stettin to Poland it has been rebuilt as a Roman Catholic cathedral. The church was established in 1187 and the Romanesque-style building was completed in the 14th century. One of its two towers collapsed during a storm in 1456 and destroyed part of the church. Reconstruction lasted until 1503 and the entire church was remodeled based on a single-tower hall church design. The church was destroyed again in 1677 during the Scanian War and rebuilt between 1690 and 1693 in the Baroque style. In 1893, the church was remodeled again however, the west tower collapsed during a storm in 1894 and had to be rebuilt. This remodeling was completed in 1901 leaving the church with a spire of 119 meters (390 feet). Air raids on the night of 16 August 1944 during World War II resulted in collapse of the spire added in 1901 and extensive damage to other parts of the building. The north wall, all altars and artworks inside were destroyed by the bombs and ensuing fire. Following the war, government officials were reluctant to allow econstruction of the church however, a heritage conservator pointed out that demolition of the remaining structure would be more costly than rebuilding it. In 1971, work began on the church and continued for three years. The north wall was reconstructed in a modern style which did not harmonize with the rest of the building and the tower was stabilized, but the spire was not rebuilt. Instead, the tower was capped with a short hip roof or pyramid roof resulting in a height of 60 meters (196 feet). In 2006, another renovation commenced which saw new heating systems and flooring installed. Organs, to replace those removed before the World War II bombing and never recovered, were constructed and the tower was strengthened so it could support a redesigned spire. In 2010, a new, neo-baroque Flèche has been constructed. Today, the church serves as the cathedral of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Szczecin.
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Filharmonia im. Mieczyslawa Karlowicza w Szczecinie
Waly Chrobrego Promenade (Hakenterrasse)
The Museum of Technology and Transport
Cathedral Church of St. Jacob
Beech Forest (Puszcza Bukowa), Szczecin
The Pomeranian Dukes' Castle
Szczecin - Underground City Trails
Fakenham Parish Church: A Tour
This is my tour of Fakenham Parish Church, filmed in April 2014 whilst on a family weekend break to our second home - Heacham. This was our first ever visit to Fakenham and this is my video of the Parish Church inside and out.
Filmed on my Sony Cybershot DSC-H55 digital camera on Saturday 19th April 2014.
Wały Chrobrego, Szczecin, West Pomeranian, Poland, Europe
Waly Chrobrego is a terrace with a length of about 500 m in Szczecin on a slope along the Oder. The famous urban and architectural foundation co-creating, along with the Main Building of the National Museum in Szczecin, Pomeranian Dukes Castle and Cathedral Church. St. James Odra silhouette of the city, visible from the main access roads to the east running over bridges and overpasses. Designed and built according to the concept Wilhelm Meyer-Schwartau the years 1902-1921 at the initiative of Mayor Hermann Haken, in honor of whom it was originally named terrace. In 1873 began the demolition of the eighteenth-century fortifications Szczecin. The first concept of building land at the decommissioned Fort Leopold lofty bank of the river was established in 1876. From 1878 to 1907 held the office of Mayor of Szczecin Hermann Haken. Thanks to his great commitment of another concept was developed in 1894, and in 1901 it was decided to implement. In the years 1902-1907 was formed at the height of 19.3 m above sea level (19 m above the Western Oder), terrace, designed by urban Wilhelm Meyer-Schwartau. At the top of embankments along the Oder was the tree-lined walkway, ending at the edge of the semicircular squares. Just below them there are two symmetrical way downhill running down along the ground slopes toward the center of the foundation. The transverse axis boardwalk was built slightly lower semi-circular terrace, central rusticated supported by a retaining wall, flanked by two smaller terraces, on which rise pavilions, scenic, oval-shaped domes supported on Ionic columns. In the middle of the central terrace erected a stone sculpture of a man fighting with centaur carved by Ludwig Manzla. On the axis, the retaining wall dug a semicircular niche, included in the two projections on the sides, with niches for statues. At the foot of półkonchowe placed wells. This composition provides the backdrop for a vast fountain. The crown of the wall, the stone balustrade of the coats of arms of cities of Pomerania. Before the fountain was built two light towers stylized lighthouses. Complex combined with waterfront terraces Oder two flights of stairs running through curves along the retaining wall of the central terrace. In the years 1906-1912 in the northern part of the terrace was built and designed by Paul Kieschke architectural complex for contemporary Regency Szczecin, which now has its headquarters Provincial Office. In the center, the construction of the building of the Municipal Museum, designed by Wilhelm Meyer-Schwartau - now the National Museum in Szczecin. It was built from the wing of the Oder and side elevations. Construction stopped in 1913 - planned wing of the town ever built. Further south, the museum was built two buildings: in the years 1902-1905 the Social Security designed by Emil Drews and the Chief Directorate of Customs begun by K. Hinckledeyna, ending in the years 1918-1921 by Osterwolda. Plans were on the verge of never built the tower. Today, the two connected buildings are located Naval Academy. The museum extends in the direction of regular, rectangular square, with a complex of terraces, leveling the difference between the square and the upstream area of the city, on top of which there is a park with an irregular plan. In the center of the terrace was originally a monument of Emperor Frederick III. Currently, there stands the statue of Adam Mickiewicz concrete chisel Slawomir Lewinski, unveiled in 1960. Hakenterasse survived the war without major damage. The post-war interventions related primarily to the interior of buildings. Part of the building was adapted for the Museum of Contemporary Theatre, changed the final tower and liquidated corner pavilions on the roof. In the niches on either side of the fountain erected statue of John of Kolna and Wyszaka. Town names changed to Polish Western Pomerania. From the western side of the Naval Academy was built swimming pool and gym. In the basement of the northern slope adjacent pavilion and restaurant built into the Brave. At the edge of a wooden boardwalk buildings are located in Columbus and Colorado restaurants. After 1989, graying purified elevations of terraces, street lamps and the Main Building of the National Museum in Szczecin and the Regional Office and partially reconstructed ancient paintings Hallow in both buildings. Also restored terrace retaining wall plaque commemorating dedykacyjną Hermann Haken. The whole premise is one of the most interesting and monumental urban and architectural complexes of the early twentieth century in this part of Europe. In the center is the axial symmetrical composition combining central terrace building MuzeumMuzeum and town square. The buildings on the sides of the Museum have been less regular throws.
the biggest church in krakow Poland
Sunday 6th December - Morning Service
HISTORICAL PLACES OF POLAND IN GOOGLE EARTH PART ONE ( 1/9 )
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1. AMPHITHEATRE,SWIEBODZICE 50°51'40.29N 16°19'37.10E
2. ST.NICHOLAS CHURCH,INOWROCLAW 52°47'37.19N 18°15'31.63E
3. CASTLE HILL,CIESZYN 49°45'5.37N 18°37'32.18E
4. CHURCH OF RESURRECTION,GDANSKU 54°23'5.79N 18°34'39.51E
5. MONUMENT FLORIAN STRASZEWSKI,KRAKOW 19°56'39.86E
6. BASLIKA OF ST. JAMES,OLSZTYN 53°46'33.53N 20°28'40.25E
7. THEATRE OF JULIUS SLOVAK,KRAKOWIE 50° 3'50.22N 19°56'35.07E
8. ST.JADWIGI CATHEDRAL,ZIELONA GORA 51°56'21.01N 15°30'26.33E
9. CATHEDRAL OF CHRIST,KATOWICE 50°15'6.01N 19° 1'8.12E
10. CASTLE MALBORK,MALBORK 54° 2'24.29N 19° 1'39.96E
11. BASTION IIIKLEPARZ,KRAKOW 50° 4'30.09N 19°56'16.50E
12. CASTLE REAL,WARSZAWA 52°14'51.68N 21° 0'53.17E
13. WATER TOWER,WROCLAW 51° 5'7.09N 17° 1'3.27E
14. ST.THERESA CHURCH,LODZ 51°46'41.44N 19°28'51.65E
15. ST.MARY CHURCH,LEGNICA 51°12'34.71N 16° 9'56.41E
16. TOWN HALL,GLIWICACH 50°17'38.36N 18°39'55.91E
17. CATHEDRAL OF JOHN BAPTIST&EVANGELIST,TORUN
53° 0'33.76N 18°36'22.71E
18. CHURCH,GRYFOW SLASKI 51° 1'45.17N 15°24'54.58E
19. BRAMA OPATOWSKA,SANDOMIERZ 50°40'53.51N 21°44'58.03E
20. CASTLE POMERANIAN,SZCZECIN 53°25'34.23N 14°33'36.73E
21. TOWN HALL&TOWER,CRACOW 50° 3'42.45N 19°56'14.34E
22. ST.JAMES CHURCH,SKIERNIEWICE 51°57'28.74N 20° 8'26.67E
23. WATER TOWER,MORAG 53°54'49.50N 19°55'24.41E
24. MYSLEWICKI PALACE,WARSAW 52°12'55.93N 21° 2'17.84E
25. GNIEZNO CHURCH,GNIEZNO 52°31'55.64N 17°35'39.62E
26. KAZIMIERZU TOWN HALL,KRAKOW 50° 2'55.45N 19°56'36.14E
27. TRABCZYN CHURCH,SETLEWEK POLA 52° 8'28.28N 17°57'32.75E
28. RZESZOW CASTLE,RZESZOW 50° 1'56.77N 22° 0'2.02E
29. SAINTS ERASMUS&PANCRAS,JELENIA GORA
30. CASTLE LUBLIN,ZAMKOWA 51°15'1.52N 22°34'21.05E
OFFICIAL VIDEO Spectacular 3D Projection Mapping Cathedral of Santiago 2011
AWESOME SHOW ON A BAROQUE FACADE USING CUTTING EDGE TECHNOLOGIES FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THE WORLD.
GPD has spectacularly staged a 4D multimedia show for the St. James Day Celebration, marking a before and after in entertainment-staging history. GPD created a brand-new cutting-edge technology show combining light, sound, music, fireworks and special effects to achieve a mapped, warped 4D effect. The Cathedral's baroque façade was turned into a giant screen recounting St. James' life story in a virtual tour of the Cathedral interior. This is the first ever video-mapping on a façade of its kind anywhere worldwide, a totally unique mapped show screening technique combining 16 projectors totaling 350,000 lumens. The visual impact, the combination of more than 50,000 watts of sound and 4,200 fireworks being set off all made this a unique event attended by more than 100,000 people.
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Ustroń, Southern Poland, Evangelical Church - Hymn
St. James the Elder Lutheran Church, Ustroń, Southern Poland. On high festival days the entire congregation processes behind and around the altar, with everyone depositing his or her offering into a tray or a wooden box when coming out.
Św Jakuba Starszego Kościół Ewangelicko-Augsburski, Ustroń, Polska Południowa. Dni na wysokim całe zgromadzenie procesów za i wokół ołtarza, z każdym złożeniu swojej oferty na tacę lub drewniane pudełko, kiedy wychodzi.
Cathedral Tour of Poland
The Adam Mickiewiecz Institue in Warsaw invited use for a lecture and conversations in Poland from 2 to 7 June 2016. When they heard of our interest in scared architecture, they promptly organized a cathedral tour that took us all around the country.
Katie Melua - O Holy Night (Track by Track)
O Holy Night is taken from the new album 'In Winter', which is out now:
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Archbishop Charles J. Chaput O.F.M. Cap. Catechesis, World's Youth Days in Poland
Charles J. Chaput O.F.M. Cap., Archbishop of Philadelphia, gives catechesis Let Us Allow Ourselves to Be Touched by Christ's Mercy during World's Youth Day in Poland. Thursday, July 28th, 2016, Wadowice, the birth place of Karol Wojtyla and later John Paul II. The youth gather in front of John Paul II Parish Church of St. Stanislaw Kostka.
Feast of Love 2016
St. Gregorios Orthodox Church of India, South Florida presents a journey to Bethlehem with a theatrical nativity show with over 100 characters and spectacular visual effects.
December 17th, 2016. At Coopercity High School.
Smallest Church ?!?
Explored the smallest church in America located in Townsend, Georgia.
Choral Workshop in St Mary & St Giles Church, Stony Stratford during the morning of Saturday 12th December 2009 in aid of the Grand Piano fund. Conductor James Wharton, Organ/Piano Andrew Storer, co-ordinator David Scrutton and the Pipe Organ Fund Group.
【Russia】Historic Monuments of Novgorod and Surroundings
Way around the world come to a little motorcycle
Baroque church inside. Poland
Beautiful rich baroque interior of Parish church in Poznan, Poland. Organ is playing. Wonderful.
Cathedral Site Tour - January 27, 2017
A tour of the site of the Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral in Raleigh on January 27, 2017. Video and photos courtesy of Flyboy Aerial in Raleigh.