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List of Historic Monuments (Poland)

Logo for a Historic Monument ("pomnik historii") in Poland

Historic Monument (Polish: pomnik historii) is one of several categories of objects of cultural heritage (in the singular, zabytek) in Poland.[1]

To be recognized as a Polish historic monument, an object must be declared such by the President of Poland.[1] The term "historic monument" was introduced into Polish law in 1990, and the first Historic Monuments were declared by President Lech Wałęsa in 1994.[2]

List

The following list is based on that maintained by the Narodowy Instytut Dziedzictwa (Institute of National Heritage).[3]
Location Object Image Date of entry
Biskupin Biskupin archaeological reserve 16 September 1994
Bochnia Bochnia Salt Mine 6 October 2000
Chełmno Chełmno Old Town 20 April 2005
Częstochowa Jasna GóraPauline monastery 16 September 1994
Duszniki-Zdrój Paper mill 12 October 2011
Frombork Archcathedral complex 16 September 1994
Gdańsk Gdańsk within its 17th-century fortifications 16 September 1994
Gdańsk Westerplatte battlefield 1 September 2003
Gniezno Cathedral Basilica of St. Adalbert and the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary 16 September 1994
GostyńGłogówko Oratorian monastery 27 March 2008
Grunwald Grunwald battlefield (1410) 4 October 2010
Kalwaria Zebrzydowska Mannerist architectural and park complex 17 November 2000
Kamień Pomorski Cathedral complex of the Co-Cathedral of St. John the Baptist 1 September 2005
Katowice Workers' housing at Nikiszowiec 28 January 2011
Katowice Silesia Province parliament building 22 October 2012
Kazimierz Dolny Historic-preservation area 16 September 1994
Kozłówka Palace and park complex 16 May 2007
Kórnik Castle and park complex with parish church – owners of the necropolis 11 July 2011
Kraków Old Town 16 September 1994
Krzeszów Former Cistercian abbey complex 1 May 2004
Ląd Former Cistercian abbey complex 1 July 2009
Lednogóra Ostrów Lednicki Island in Lake Lednica 16 September 1994
Legnickie Pole Benedictine monastery complex 1 May 2004
Leżajsk Bernardine monastery complex 20 April 2005
Lubiń Benedictine abbey complex 16 December 2009
Lublin Historic architectural and urban ensemble 16 May 2007
Łańcut Castle and park complex 1 September 2005
Łęknica Muskau Park 1 May 2004
Łowicz Cathedral Basilica (former Collegiate Primate) of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary 13 November 2012
Malbork Teutonic castle complex 16 September 1994
Nysa Parish church complex of St. James the Apostle and St. Agnes the Virgin and the Martyr 28 February 2011
Paczków Old town ensemble with its medieval fortification system 13 November 2012
Poznań Historic town ensemble of Ostrów Tumski, Zagórze, Chwaliszewo and the left bank Old Town with its medieval villages, suburban and urban architecture designed by Josef Stübben in the early 20th century, as well as Fort Winiary, now Park Cytadela[4] 28 November 2008
Racławice Historic battlefield of the Battle of Racławice 1 May 2004
Srebrna Góra Fort Srebrna Góra, modern mountain stronghold of the 18th century 1 May 2004
Stargard Szczeciński Ensemble of the Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Queen of the World and the medieval city walls 4 October 2010
Strzegom Church of Sts. Peter and Paul 22 October 2012
Sudół Krzemionki – flint mines from the Neolithic Age 16 October 1994
Sulejów Cistercian abbey complex 22 October 2012
Tarnowskie Góry Historic Sliver Mine and the Black Trout adit 1 May 2004
Toruń Old Town ensemble (Old Town, New Town and ruins of the Teutonic castle) 16 September 1994
Warsaw Historic town ensemble of the Royal Route and Wilanów Palace 16 September 1994
Warsaw William Lindley's water filter stations ensemble 18 January 2012
Wieliczka Salt mine 16 September 1994
Wrocław Historic centre ensemble (Ostrów Tumski, Old Town, New Town and nearby islands) 16 September 1994
Wrocław Centennial Hall and the architectural ensemble including the Four Domes Pavilion, the Pergola, and the Iglica 20 April 2005
Zamość Historic town ensemble within its 19th century fortifications 16 September 1994
Żagań Post-Augustinian Monastery complex 11 March 2011
Żyrardów 19th century factory settlement 17 January 2012
Entries covering multiple locations
Bohoniki and Kruszyniany – mosques and mizars 20 November 2012
Augustów Canal 16 May 2007
Elbląg Canal 28 January 2011
Cultural and natural landscape of Góra Świętej Anny 1 May 2004
Palaces and landscape parks of Jelenia Góra valley 20 September 2011

References

  1. ^ a b Ustawa z dnia 23 lipca 2003 r. o ochronie zabytków i opiece nad zabytkami, Dz. U. z 2003 r. Nr 162, poz. 1568
  2. ^ http://www.walesa.tv/przemowienia/przemowienie-z-okazji-nadania-pietnastu-zabytkom-architektury-miana-pomnikow-historii
  3. ^ Pomniki historii - lista miejsc
  4. ^ geographical definition of the Historyczny zespół miasta Poznania (Polish language): http://www.abc.com.pl/du-akt/-/akt/dz-u-2008-219-1401 with the associated map: http://www.abc.com.pl/image/image_gallery?img_id=3721388
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