Church of St. Adalbert in Krosno was built on the other side of the Wisłok river at the so-called Przedmieście Górne, at a location where according to a legend St. Adalbert rested during his journey from Hungary to Prussia

Church of St. Adalbert in Krosno

Korczyńska 18A

38-400 Krosno


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The first reference to the church dates from 1448. It was consecrated in 1460, and its patrons were Saints George, Adalbert, Valentine, Ten Thousand Martyrs, and Saints Margaret, Helen and Sophia. From 1968 it was used by the faithful as a parish church of St. Adalbert. The church lost its original Gothic character as a result of a number of alterations and reconstructions.


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Photo: Krystian Kłysewicz