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My own Regained Lands 3/4
You can find brief historical info about the Regained Lands beside my first picture taken in Zary
here
Defensive walls were built in 13th – 15 th c. The ring of the walls surrounded the whole town, so they extended at the length of 1,400 meters. Turrets and towers strengthened the defensive function of the walls. One tower and one turret still exist. The walls were restored and illuminated thanks to financial support of the EU.
Directly beyond the walls there was the monastery of Grey Friars, built in 14 c. The existing part of the monastery is the present garrison church under the invocation of the Holy Cross Elevation.
On the picture you can see part of remains of the city walls, the Turret at Cicha Street and tower of the Franciscan church.

You can see more pictures taken in Zary (out of TE) at http://alabama.multiply.com/photos/

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