St Mary’s Church
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St Mary’s Church information
Lonely Planet review
Toruń’s third great Gothic structure in the Old Town (after the Town Hall and Cathedral) is St Mary’s Church, erected by the Franciscans at the end of the 13th century. Austere and plain from the outside, the highly strung interior has tall, intricate stained-glass windows and a prominent golden altarpiece.