Poznan: Sanctuary of the Most Precious Blood of Jesus
The Sanctuary of the Most Precious Blood of Jesus is fairly unique, since it resembles all the other buildings on this street. Its history goes back to the 1500s – when supposedly an act of desecration of the Eucharist was said to have taken place here.
The church has two floors. During repair work, in its vaults a well was discovered – it was believed that communion bread had been drowned in it. To this day the water drawn from the well is considered to have miraculous powers. The upper part of the church represents the Régence style. Particularly noteworthy is the main altarpiece with representations of all persons of the Holy Trinity.
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