Let's ring the bell - now and then!!

Our projects will make our students aware of cultural heritage in different parts of Europe. We choose buildings that show the past of Greece, Poland and Germany. We are four schools. We are going to work on a historical building in the neighborhood of our schools. Our pupils will learn about the building - history and the present. They will show t...

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    • One of my students has also prepared a beautiful piece of art. It presents important moments in the history of the Monastery in Imbramowice.


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      - Posted by Anna Dela, 08.01.2018


    • We want you to learn about the Monastery as much as possible because we are preparing a short quiz for you. Get ready ;-)
      - Posted by Anna Dela, 06.01.2018


    • And something by Karolina (one of the students):
      On the Trail of the Eagles' Nests and the Jurassic Holds, in the area of ​​Dłubniański Landscape Park, in the town of Imbramowice located approx. 32 km northwest of Krakow over the historic Dłubnia river, in the south-west corner of the Kielce Diocese, there is a historic complex of the convent of the Regular Order Sisters of the Order Premonstratensians, commonly known in Poland as Norbertanks - from the name of their Founder: Saint. Norbert. The Imbramowice Monastery, one of the oldest Polish women's monasteries and one of the only Norbertine houses in existence until today, is a rare and exceptionally valuable treasury of the centuries-old spiritual and cultural heritage of the Premonstratian Order on our land.
      On the Trail of the Eagles' Nests and the Jurassic Holds, in the area of ​​Dłubniański Landscape Park, in the town of Imbramowice located approx. 32 km northwest of Krakow over the historic Dłubnia river, in the south-west corner of the Kielce Diocese, there is a historic complex of the convent of the Regular Order Sisters of the Order Premonstratensians, commonly known in Poland as Norbertanks - from the name of their Founder: Saint. Norbert. The Imbramowice Monastery, one of the oldest Polish women's monasteries and one of the only Norbertine houses in existence until today, is a rare and exceptionally valuable treasury of the centuries-old spiritual and cultural heritage of the Premonstratian Order on our land.
      The monastery church, proclaimed November 30, 2003, the Regional Sanctum of the Passion of the Lord, is becoming more and more a sign of the merciful action of the Lord Jesus Suffering, revered since the nineteenth century in his favors known for the Image. All those who want to know what were the beginnings of the Premonstrate Order and the Imbramowice monastery, what they recorded in the history, culture and spirituality of the cards of the next centuries of its existence and how a powerful source of graces beats today for each of us from the pierced side of the Redeemer in the newly established Imbramovice sanctuary We cordially invite you to join us through the paths of this website, wishing you a joyful reaping of these unique monastic resources!
      - Posted by Anna Dela, 06.01.2018


    • Another description by Dawid (one of the students):
      The monastery in Imbramowice was founded in 1223 by the bishop Iwo Odrowąż. In 1260 the monastery was destroyed by the Mongol invasion. The ground reconstruction of the church and monastery to the presently preserved figure took place after a fire in 1710 and lasted from 1711-1721. The construction was managed by the architect Kacper Bażanka, the sculptures were made mainly by Antoni Frąckiewicz, and the frescoes and paintings were mainly Wilhelm of Italy (also known as the Wilelm of Italy). After the death of the painter, the unfinished frescos and paintings were completed by his daughter. In the second half of the 18th century, an ornate rococo gate was built for the monastery, which was also a belfry. It contains two bells from the early eighteenth century and one from 1952, replacing a Gothic bell stolen by the Germans during World War II. In 1819-1820, on the orders of the tsarist government, the Russian authorities confiscated the library and the monastery documents which were placed in Warsaw. In 1837, the fire destroyed the church tower and the roofs of the monastery and temple, but the furnishings were not damaged. In the church there is an image of the suffering Jesus who is the object of the worship of the faithful, the work of an unknown artist from the 17th century.
      - Posted by Anna Dela, 06.01.2018


    • Good evening from Ahens, Greece. We wish you all Merry Christamas and happy New Year.We have started working on crosswosrd yoy've sent us Anna. Except for our Cristmas Cards we've uploaded some photos of the place we'll present. It's an old Monastery not far away from Athens. The name is Monastery of Dafni.
      - Posted by ΑΙKATERINΙ ΒETZELOU, 20.12.2017