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Wyślij pocztówkę do Babci +

address: Marii Skłodowskiej-Curie 14, 15-097 Białystok, Polska

Orthodox Church of the Holy Wisdom in Białystok +

Orthodox Church of the Holy Wisdom in Białystok, also known as Hagia Sophia. Its architecture draws on the most famous, monumental temple in the Eastern Roman Empire, built in the 5th century during the rule of Justinian I the Great. On the initiative of the current Archbishop of Warsaw and Metropolitan of All Poland, Sawa, the decision to locate the Hagia Sophia parish at Trawiasta Street was issued on 23 December 1986 by the Voivodeship Office in Białystok. On 20 November 1987, the Patriarch of Constantinople, Demetrios I, consecrated the cornerstone for the construction of the church. On 15 October 1998, the Patriarch of Constantinople, Bartholomew I, consecrated the finished temple.

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address: Trawiasta 5, 15-161 Białystok, Polska

Orthodox Church of the Holy Spirit in Białystok +

Orthodox Church of the Holy Spirit in Białystok is the largest Orthodox church in Poland. In the two-storey temple designed by Jan Kabac, there are altars dedicated to the Icon of Our Lady of Unexpected Joy and Saint Sava of Serbia. The architectural concept is based on “tongues of fire”, depicted in the form of arches, and symbolising the Holy Spirit. The cornerstone for the construction was laid down on 1 August 1982 by the then Archbishop of Białystok and Gdańsk, Sawa. Rev. Prot. Jerzy Boreczko was designated as its constructor as well as the first parson. The church was consecrated in 1999. The interior design was based on a canonical orthodox icon with elaborate woodcarving.

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address: Antoniuk Fabryczny 13, 15-762 Białystok, Polska

Orthodox Church of the Lord's Resurrection in Białystok +

Orthodox Church of the Lord's Resurrection in Białystok ­– its name references the temple that used to be located at the present Sienkiewicza Street, and was demolished in the interwar period. The church was established on 14 February 1989, and consecrated on 1 October 2006. It was designed by the architects Jan Kabac and Jerzy Uścinowicz. Its form was modelled after traditional Old-Russian Orthodox churches of the Novgorod School. The constructor and first parson was Prot. Włodzimierz Cybuliński. The parish holds especially festive celebrations of the Sunday of Antipascha and the feasts in honour of the icon of Our Lady Queen of the Universe (1st Sunday of October) and Saint Nectarios of Aegina (22 November).

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address: Generała Władysława Sikorskiego 9, 15-667 Białystok, Polska

Wycięte z natury +

address: Zwierzyniecka 7, 15-312 Białystok, Polska

Wyślij pocztówkę dla babci +

address: Marii Skłodowskiej-Curie 14a, 15-097 Białystok, Polska

„Dziewczynka z konewką” +

address: aleja Józefa Piłsudskiego 11/4, 15-443 Białystok, Polska

Utkani Wielokulturowością +

address: aleja Józefa Piłsudskiego 19/1, 15-444 Białystok, Polska

Gołąb pokoju i wiejskie plony +

address: aleja Józefa Piłsudskiego 20/3, 15-446 Białystok, Polska

Smok-Kurczak +

address: Ludwika Waryńskiego 8, 15-461 Białystok, Polska