The Trinity Tower (Polish: Wieża Trynitarska) is the belfry of the cathedral of Lublin, southeastern Poland. The tower houses the Archdiocesan Museum of Church Art and, from the viewing platform, it allows visitors to enjoy a beautiful 360-degree view over the city.
Five interesting facts about the Trinity Tower:
- It was built in the 17th century in the Baroque style.
- In the years 1819–27, the tower was reconstructed in the Neo-Gothic style by the Italian architect Antonio Corazzi (1792–1877).
- It has 207 steps inside that lead to the 40 meters (131 ft) high viewing platform.
- Its total height is 60 meters (196 ft).
- It is the highest historical building in Lublin.
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Address: ul. Królewska 10, 20-109 Lublin, Polska
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