Pelplin Cathedral

Pelplin Cathedral is a Gothic building, originally the church of a 13th-century Cistercian monastery. The cathedral is one of the largest brick Gothic churches in Poland (the second in Poland after the Basilica of St. Mary at Gdańsk). Its interior is rich in altars dating from the 17th to the 20th century.

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St Anne's Chapel

St Anne's Chapel in Malbork Castle was the burial chapel of the great Teutonic masters. Desecrated during the Swedish Wars in the 17th century, the chapel was eventually given to the Jesuit order and was used as their burial place in the 18th century. After 1780 the chapel was taken over by the parish clergy and between 1821 and 1823 it was renovated and restored. The building was again completely revitalised and the interior was altered by Conrad Steinbrecht in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. In 1945, during the fighting for the castle, the vault of the chapel collapsed after being hit by artillery fire from the Red Army.

St. Peter's and St. Paul's Church

St. Peter and Paul Church, built in the late 14th century, is one of the largest Gothic churches in Gdansk. During the period from 1622 to 1945, it was the main Reformed Evangelical Church in Gdańsk.

St. Barbara's Church

The Sainte-Barbara church dates back to the 15th century but its architecture was strongly modified during its reconstruction in the years 1726-1728.