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The exterior is striking enough, with its ornate facade, but it's worth paying the minimal fee to look inside - although it's not particularly roomy and if you get there at the same time as a tour group you'll be fighting for space.
The facade of the chapel is stunning. The detail on the 17th century stone work really is amazing. You can't miss this building when you walk past.
We did not enter as you have to pay 50uah for 1 room which we felt was rather...More
Excellent example of late Renaissance architecture. Chapel build for adviser to Polish king Stefan Batory. Extremely rich interior though very fatigue. During Soviet times chapel turned into municipal depot of cleaning materials. Now under hostage of local Polish community needs quick and solid restoration.
We visited several cathedrals/churches/chapels during our visit and this one certainly stood out. It was pretty small inside, essentially just one room, and would probably accommodate no more than 10 people at a time. A printed guide was available in several languages including English. The...More
Wow! What a chapel. It is just one room but you cannot help but stand and stare at the hundreds of intricate carvings around the alter. It is 30 hr to enter. The lady at the door handed us a couple of laminated sheets describing...More
I only visited the outside of this chapel now museum. It was very crowded the day I showed up. I was not going to attempt entry. Like groups of 30 people or more. The outside is very ornamental. The sitting figure on the roof grabbed...More
The outside needs to be cleaned and restored but it is still a must see. The interior is even better. It’s opening and closing times seams to be in exact but it’s well worth going back if it’s not open the first time you try...More