Friday Bliss_20200918

/ Thursday, September 17, 2020

 I'm not sure what is the name of that plant... but I like it very much.... anyone knows the name?

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Nie jestem pewna jak jest nazwa tej rośliny.... ale bardzo mi się podoba... ktoś wie?

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Location: Cambridge University Botanic Garden, 1 Brookside, Cambridge, Anglia

 I'm not sure what is the name of that plant... but I like it very much.... anyone knows the name?

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Nie jestem pewna jak jest nazwa tej rośliny.... ale bardzo mi się podoba... ktoś wie?

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Koszalin z wieży widokowej na Górze Chełmskiej .

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Location: Góra Chełmska, Koszalin, Polska

Widok z góry...

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Koszalin z wieży widokowej na  Górze Chełmskiej  . Linked to: Through My Lens Ruby Tuesday Too Random-osity
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 'Chełmska Hill is one of the three 'holy mounts' in the Middle Pomerania, the highest rise of which, Krzyżanka (137m above sea level), has a long tradition of Christian pilgrimages venue. The hill was inhabited, as of the early medieval era, by Slavic Pomeranians. Duke Bogusław II entrusted in 1214 'the village of Koszalin at the foot of Chełmska Hill' to the Norbertine Abbey located in Białoboki near Trzebiatów. The chapel erected at Chełmska Hill was used by the inhabitants as a parish church until Koszalin got its township status in 1266. In 1278 the chapel was assigned to the Cistercian Nuns Abbey, The Chełmska Hill sanctuary became in the 14th and 15th centuries the St. Mary's cult place famous for numerous privileges granted to it by bishops and the Pope being the destination point of pilgrimages from many European countries. An extensive cemetery was established around the temple. 

The Pomeranian rulers succumbed to Reformation in 1534, which resulted, in the subsequent years, in sanctuary demolition and memory of the place perished. Efforts of Bishop Ignacy Jeż acting on behalf of the Koszalin and Kołobrzeg diocese resulted, in 1990, in Church coming back to this place. The Schoenstadt Institute of St. Mary's Sisters took care of the new sanctuary of the Thrice Admirable Mother of God, which was consecrated on 1 June 1991 by the Holy Father John Paul II. 

There is a view tower at the hilltop; it was constructed in 1888 and it features the height of 31,5m. A panorama of Koszalin can be seen therefrom. The tower has been entered in the historical monuments register on 30 December 1992 under number 1235 (A-765).

A hostel for tourists is located nearby tower and the entire hill massif is covered with numerous tourist trails.' Table at the Chełmska Hill

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Location: Góra Chełmska, Koszalin, Poland

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