Monastery of the Norbertan Sisters

Monastery of the Norbertan Sisters, Cracóvia

Monastery of the Norbertan Sisters - Cracóvia

Monastery of the Norbertan Sisters - Cracóvia
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ldgp14
Walsall, UK2.588 contribuições
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We had gone passed the monastery a couple of times going in and out of Krakow so we decided to visit on a Thursday afternoon the church was fantastic to visit.
Feita em 16 de agosto de 2018
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Hanna B
Cracóvia, Polônia136 contribuições
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Klasztor Norbertanek znajduje się w cichej dzielnicy Salwator; obok klasztoru rzeka Rudawa uchodzi do Wisły.
Zespół kościelno-klasztorny, jeden z najstarszych w Krakowie, położony na skarpie wiślanej; wyjątkowo malowniczo prezentuje się właśnie od strony rzeki bądź z przeciwległego, dębnickiego brzegu.
Oto krótka historia:
1120 – św. Norbert zakłada zakon w Premontre (Francja).
1162 – Jaxa Gryfita funduje klasztor w Krakowie na Zwierzyńcu; pierwsze siostry przyszły z czeskich Doksan.
Kościół św. Augustyna i św. Jana Chrzciciela oraz Klasztor Sióstr Norbertanek to największy kompleks zabytkowy Krakowa. Utrzymane w barokowym stylu budowle sakralne mieszczą się przy ulicy Kościuszki 88.
Feita em 2 de março de 2018
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endrju_74
Ipswich, UK4.851 contribuições
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Clearly visible, especially from eastern slopes of Gora św. Bronisławy, which itself is dotted with churches, but much smaller. And the Monastery is huge, especily the long wall without windows of west wing gives an impression like it was never ending. The monastery is closed for visitors. Surprisingly the church stays closed for most of the time, being available for short glance during services only. Not many parking spaces in area, last stop for tram services just outside monastery. I would suggest to concentrate on churches which are just a short walk up the św. Bronislawa hill away (Church of the Holy Salvator and St. Margaret and St. Judith chapel) than on this monastery, which has it's history, but it's hosts would rather keep it for themselves.
Feita em 5 de abril de 2017
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Evgeniy T
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Старейший женский монастырь в Польше. На протяжении веков неоднократно перестраивался. Снаружи выглядит мрачновато и больше напоминает укрепительное сооружение (чем, в том числе, и был изначально). Посетителям допуск открыт только в здание церкви и только во время служб.
Feita em 17 de dezembro de 2016
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bjorn2001
Minsk, Bielorrússia1.562 contribuições
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Решили зайти в этот монастырь после посещения более известной Церкви Спасителя, которая нередко называется самой старой в Польше. Может быть, сказался дождливый день, но монастырь показался каким-то мрачным и унылым.
Feita em 29 de junho de 2016
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Eugene R
Washington DC, DC11 contribuições
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Just across the street from the Salwator streetcar loop, the Monastery of the Norbertine Nuns looms large and uninviting. The Norbertines, or more formally, the Order of Premontre (O.Praem.) moved to this spot in 1148, becomng the first monastery for women to be established in Poland. Often damaged and rebuilt,the monastery took its present outward form around 1600 with tall, thick walls and a few small windows facing the street, all for self-defense against hostile armies.

Within the walls is embedded the Church of St. Augustine and St. John the Baptist, which functions as the main chapel of the monastery. As a rule, the public is only able to visit this part of the monastery and only for services. (But according to the church's website there are five Sunday Masses up until 2 pm, three weekday Masses up until 10 am, and a 7 pm Mass daily.) In contrast to the forbidding exterior, the church/chapel has white walls with much delicate gold trim in the Baroque manner.
The ground floor is reserved for visitors, while the sisters attend services from the choir loft in the rear of the chapel, largely out of sight..

If one is facing the main altar, at the "10 o'clock position" is the altar dedicated to Blessed Bronislawa (1204-1259).. Between the altar itself and a painting of Bronislawa being welcomed into heaven by Christ enthroned in glory, there is a golden chest containing her remains. Bronislawa was born into the Odrowaz clan, as was her cousin, St. Hyacinth (in Polish, Jacek Odrowaz). His tomb is in the Dominican Church just beyond the Rynek in the center of Krakow. Among Polish immigrants to America, women baptized Bronislawa very often go by Bernice.
Feita em 17 de novembro de 2015
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carolineenwillem
Zoetermeer, Países Baixos817 contribuições
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We took a short tramride from the centre of Krakow, but unfortunately found this monastery closed. We passed a few times and still it was closed, so we are not sure it is open for public.
Feita em 27 de junho de 2015
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Kevinbrom
Huntingdon, UK143 contribuições
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I stopped off en route to the Kopiec Kosciusko mound and was not welcomed. In fact the reception hatch was firmly slammed when I enquired about visiting those areas like the main church and cloisters that are not overly sensitive to visits. I was certainly not intending to intrude but to be treated this way was not pleasant or friendly. So much for charity......
Feita em 23 de novembro de 2013
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Tomek Darda
Cracóvia, Polônia125 contribuições
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This historical monument is located in teh former medieval suburb of Kraków, Zwierzyniec (The Animal District), but it is no more than 20 minutes walk from Rynek. The best way to get here is to use a pathway along the river (eg starting the walk at the castle boulevards) and combine the visit here with visit to Kościuszko Mound (offering great panoramic view of the city and surroundings).

The monastery has a long history too it, the odest records about it dating back to 1162. A romanesque portal to the old church is worth noting. The courtyard is linked to the tradition of Lajkonik (check it out on the web) and the church itself is the resting place of relics of Blessed Bronisława, one of Krakow's 16 (and counting) saints. The location at the rivers Wisla and Rudawa offers great photo opportunities.

After visiting the most obvious historical attractions give it a try (especially in summer and autumn!).

Also, just next to the Norbertans' on the way up the Kościuszko Mound you will find an ancient "gontyna" (a round wooden church) and an old, romanesque-baroque church of St. Salvator. All this in very green and generally pleasant surroundings.
Feita em 21 de novembro de 2013
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