Among the June news on the website, 19 additional monuments from Scotland were added over a month. In addition, among the things developed and improved, large changes in: Biskupin, Sandomierz, Nitra and Wolin regarding early medieval strongholds, castles in Ujazd Śląski, Chrzelice, Zbořený Kostelec and Cvilin, city walls in Byczyna, town hall in Kraków, churches in Borowina, Chobienia, Chotków, Długie, Gościszowice, Głuszyna, Pobiedziska, Stawiszyn, Ostrzeszów, Gniezno (St. John’s Church), Mala Bara, Velka Trna, Pyzdry, Wilkowo, Kościan (parish church), Wschowa, Środa Wielkopolska, Poznań (St. Margaret’s Church), Szamotuły, Svinica, Sena, Gostyń, Międzyrzecz, Góra, the church in Lucka, as well as the cathedrals in Gorzów, Gniezno, Kraków and Poznań. In addition, I have completed the information about the abbey of Arbroath and castle in Aberdour.
In May 2020, 31 more monuments from Scotland and several Polish monuments appeared on the portal: the market block in Świdnica with the town hall and the cloth hall, the church in Kąty Wrocławskie, the church in Żory and the church in Ołtaszyn.
Major changes affected the descriptions: the castle in Chudów, the castle in Golub, the castle in Ojców, Szydłów, Lanckorona, the Prague Castle, the Valdek castle, the church in Kościelniki Średni, the Świdnica cathedral, the St. James church in Wrocław, the Bernardine monastery in Wrocław, the monastery in Jawor, the church in Klatovy, the church in Horazdovice, the castle in Zerotin, the Pembroke Castle, the castle in Pułtusk, the castle in Kutna Hora, the church of St. George in Dzierżoniów (again), the tower house in Siedlecin, the mine in Krzemionki, the monastery in Czerwińsk, the castle in Lidzbark (fragment concerning the outer ward), Uhersky Ostroh, White Castle, Cornstejn (fragment concerning the fortifications in the foreground), church in Góra, church in Gubin, St. Mary’s church in Lwówek Śląski, parish church in Namysłów, cathedral in Opole, cathedral in Poznań, the church in Sycowo, the church in Szprotawa, the church in Wińsk, the church in Żary, the church of St. Barbara in Wrocław and three castles connected by common history from the Hussite period: Panna, Kalich and Litys.
Since April 2020, the portal has 25 new monuments from Scotland, as well as new monuments from the Czech Republic: Divice, Drevcice, Dub, Dubenec, Kralovice, Kratice, Krnin, Lina, Lipovice, Malotice, Mecholupy, Nelechov, Nemcice, Okrouhlice, Pomezna, Prosec, Rovny, Tynec nad Labem, Velka Polom, church and fortifications in Unicov, city walls of Brno, Bruntal, Kromeriz (along with the parish church), Lipník nad Bečvou, Olomouc, Prerov, Slavonice, Trebic and Uherskie Hradiste. I have enriched some of the entries about castles with information about the city fortifications associated with them: Hranice, Jemnice, Moravska Trebova, Moravsky Krumlov, Opava, Slavkov u Brna, Sternberk, Stramberk, Velka Bytes, Zabreh, Telc, Velke Mezirici, Valtice, Mikulov. I have also added a few new monuments from Poland: churches in Golcowa, Jodłownik, Strzyżno, Krużlowa, Zbyszyce and Humaniska (one of the oldest timber temples in Poland, moreover in the rare type with side transept chapels). Further on, the castle in Lutomiersk, the tower in Plemięta, the town hall in Namysłów and the not preserved medieval churches of Kraków – St Stephen, St Florian, Na Skałce.
Description extensionss occurred in: Jihlava, Znojmo, Prostejov (city walls), Prudnik (castle), Ryczów (watchtower), Birów (hillfort). Smaller changes affected Morsko, Ostrężnik, Radkov, Aikwood, Ackergill, Strekov, Rozmberk nad Veltavou, Hradec nad Moravici, Przewodziszowice, Suliszowice, Hradec nad Moravici, Rozmberk nad Veltavou.
In March, I added 24 new monuments from Scotland and 9 new monuments from the Czech Republic: Bechyne, Dobev, Kadan (Franciscan monastery), Kajov, Landskroun, Police nad Metuiji, Franciscan monastery in Prague, Trebon, Dolni Mesto, Recice , Loukov and the castle in Opava;
Dozens of Czech castles of the lower nobility were revised, supplemented and developed, along with dozens of new plans, reconstructions and drawings. There were also major changes in the descriptions of Polish and Slovak monuments: the church in Głubczyce, the Kraków cathedral, city walls and church in Świecie nad Wisłą, church in Nowe, city walls in Elbląg, city walls of Chojnice, town hall in Strzelin, church in Kożuchów, church in Lubsko, collegiate church in Wrocław, city walls of Legnica, church in Złotoryja, church in Ziębice, Wietrzychowice, city walls of Brastyslava, wooden churches of Małopolska (Zborówek, Rzepiennik, Osiek, Mogiła, Haczów, Grywałd, Dębno, Blizne).
Minor changes affected: the church of St. George in Dzierżoniów, the church of Corpus Christi in Kraków, Jeziorany castle, Nowy Jasiniec, castle in Nowe, castle in Milicz, castle in Legnica, city walls of Wrocław, city walls of Ziębice, parish church of Racibórz, church of St. James and St. Elisabeth in Wrocław, Chudów, church and city walls in Olkusz, Świny.
In February 2020, I added 32 new monuments from Scotland. In addition, major changes in the descriptions of monuments from Poland: the church of St. Mary and the church of St. James in Toruń, churches of Holy Cross, St. Mark and St. Giles in Kraków, Franciscan monastery in Krakóow, castle in Tuczno, castle in Bytów, castle in Człuchów, castle in Tarnów, city walls of Barlinek, church in Blizne, churches of Corpus Christi, Holy Cross and St. Wenceslaus, Stanislaus and Dorothy in Wrocław, city walls and castle in Gniew, both churches and city walls in Dzierżoniów, city walls in Strzegom, church in Sobótka, city walls in Chełmno, parish church in Chełmno, Cistercian monastery in Chełmno, Kluczwoda castle, tower in Tudorów, castles of Bydlin, Bochotnica, Rembów, Szubin, city walls, castle and church in Lębork, city walls and town hall in Stargard, castle in Słupsk, city walls in Bystrzyca, cloth hall in Kraków, city walls in Gdańsk, tower Stołpie, basilica in Strzegom and castle in Golczewo.
Slightly smaller changes and corrections affected: Dominican monastery in Kraków, Augustinian monastery in Kraków, city walls in Kraków, Tinkinswood, collegiate church and church of St. John in Stargard, town hall in Kraków, Tumski Castle in Wrocław, Grodno castle, Rogowiec castle, Radosno, Nowy Dwór, castle in Lublin, church in Bochnia, church of St. Martin in Wrocław, Karpień castle, Karlino castle, castle in Darłowo, all wooden churches in Lesser Poland.
In January 2020, I added 46 new monuments from Scotland (mainly in alphabetical order, for now only in Polish). Among the older posts, the following were expanded, improved and supplemented: Emmaus monastery in Prague, Sazava monastery, Roudnice monastery, Tepla monastery, Vyssi Brod monastery, Zlata Korona abbey, castle in Gołuchów, the city walls and church in Ziębice, cathedral in Świdnica, city walls and bridge in Kłodzko, parish church, walls and town hall in Lwówek Śląski, abbey in Pelplin, Upper Castle, cathedral, Franciscan church and chapel of St. Alexius in Opole, church and castle in Puck, church in Brzeg, St. Mary’s Church in Kraków, churches and walls (supplemented with a castle) in Środa Śląska, city walls, church and castle in Lubiń, monastery in Żarnowiec, church and city walls in Jelenia Góra, church and city walls in Nysa, all churches and castle in Racibórz, castle in Muszyna, Old Synagogue in Kraków.
The most important December news are 52 new and diverse monuments from Scotland. In addition, I added a new post about the Cistercian abbey in Lubiąż, and significant corrections and additions, sometimes complete modifications to older entries: churches in Giecz, Krobia, Oleśnica, Bolesławiec Śląski, Kościelec Kolski, Kazimierz Biskupi, Lubiń, Stare Miasto, monasteries in Henryków, Trzebnica, Rudy, Mogiła, Kazimierz Ząbkowicki, city walls in Dobre Miasto, Bolesławiec Śl, and the town hall in Toruń. I also supplemented a lot of entries about Czech monasteries: České Budějovice, Cheb, Davle, Jindřichův Hradec, Kuklov, Sedlec, Litomysl, Osek, Milevsko, Pilsen, Prague (collegiate church of St. George, Knights Hospitaller’s commandry, church of St. Mary of the Snows, abbey of St. Agnes).
Smaller changes in the texts or new pictures I posted in the city defensive walls of Bartoszyce, Lubawa, Nowe Miasto Lubawskie, Olsztyn, Olsztynek, Pasłęk, Prabuty, Reszel, Zalewo, Kętrzyn and Braniewo, castles: Borotin, Vysoky Chlumec, Dąbrówno, monuments of Prague (St. Anne’s Church, Teutonic commandry, church of St. Clement, church of the Holy Spirit).
In November 2019, the first 15 monuments from Scotland and 18 new monuments from Poland were added: (Teutonic castle in Starogród, castle and city walls in Konin, churches in the towns of Śrem, Nowy Staw, Nieżywięć, Lembarg, Kaźmierz, Jędrzychowice, Grzybowo Chełmińskie, Gostyń, Głuszyce, Czarże, Sierzchowy, Siedlnica, Włościejewki, Zbarzewo, Wielkie Czyste, Trzebcz).
From the older posts, the most important changes were made in Welsh Loughor, Swansea, Woebley, Parc le Breos, Coity, Ogmore, Newcastle, Caerleon, Caerwent (town and city walls), Tretower (castle and court), abbeys: Basingwerk, Cymer, Ewenny, Haverfordwest, Kiedwelly, Margam, Llanthony, Monkton, Penmon, Usk.
Polish monuments that have undergone thorough changes are: the manor in Bąkowa Góra, the city walls in Otmuchów, the church in Paczków, castles in Bolesławiec, Ostrzeszów, Międzyrzecz, Bydgoszcz, Złotoria, Bobrowniki, Brześć Kujawski, Łęczyca, Piotrków Trybunalski, Kalisz, Pyzdry, Toruń, Bratian, Brodnica, Lubawa, Kurzętnik, Pokrzywno, Ostrów Lednicki, Szamotuły, Gołuchów, Sztum, Dzierzgoń, Płock, Gosławice, Besiekiery, Koźmin, cathedral in Gniezno, abbeys in Jędrzejów, Wąchock, Koprzywnica, Sulejów, church in Wysocice, and tenement houses in Kraków.
In October, a thorough transformation affected descriptions of castles in Cilgerran, Carreg Cennan, Skenfrith, Whitecastle, Montgomery, Hen Domen, Dolforwyn, Raglan, Conwy (together with the town walls), Dinewfr, Dryslwyn, Harlech, Coch, Laugharne, Llawhaden, Grosmont, episcopal palaces in St Davids and Lamphey, abbeys in Neath, St Dogmaels, Valle Crucis, Strata Florida, Talley and neolithic tombs Carreg Coetan and Pentre Ifan. Among the Polish monuments I have re-edited: the church in Gościeszów, the church of Saint Andrew in Szprotawa, Henryków, Jerzmanki, Kałków, Lubiechów, Pastuchów (church), Płóczki, Kościelniki Średnie, Rudy, Raciborowice Górne, Stronia, the rotunda in Strzelin, Świerzawa, the church of Saint Andrew in Środa Śl, Trzebnica, Stary Zamek, Wierzbna, Ołbin, St. Giles church in Wrocław, Źródła, Złotoryja, church and castle in Bierzgłowo, Bobrowo, Chełmoń, Dębowa Łąka, Dominican church in Elbląg, Okonin, Łobdowo, Niedźwiedź, Lisewo, Przeczno, Pluskowęsy, castles in Przezmark and Oświęcim. Minor changes affected Lublin and Ojców, and I placed new excellent drone photos from Thomas T. in Hazmburk, Kostalov, Oltarik and Skalka. In addition, I started work on adding a new country with its architectural heritage. A map of Scotland will be available soon.
In September, the monuments database on medievalheritage.eu increased by 80 monuments from Poland (Biedrzychów, Brzeziny, Bieniów, Bierutów, Chróścina, Glinka, Cieszyn, Czernin, Dąbroaw, Dębowa Łąka, Długołęka, Drożków, Dzwonowo, Garnowo, Goźlice, Gorzesław, Jaczów, Jarzyce, Jaszkotle, Jelenia Góra, Jerzmanki, Karlino, Kluczewo, Kłodkowo, Kościernica, Lignowy Szlacheckie, Lubiechów, Lubiszewo, Lutynia, Lutynka, Łęczno, Łosośnica, Małkowice, Miłobądź, Osieki, Pargowo, Parnowo, Piotrowice Świdnickie, Police, Płóczki Górne, Przemocze, Nowe Kawkowo, Pożarzysko, Przyczyna Górna, Przywodzie, Racioborowice Górne, Radoszyn, Raduń, Redło, Sępopol, Skarszewy, Skórcz, Wielki Garc, Wilczków, Smolęcin, Subkowy, Świerzawa, Trutnowy, Unieradz, Ulesie, Dziektarzewo, Dzierzgowo, Maków Mazowiecki, Winnica, Myślinów, Wyszogród, Grobla, Marianowo, Jasienica, Kartuzy, Barlinek, Niemcza, Karpniki, Krajowice, Węgorzewo, Świebodzin oraz Mrówki). Apart from Poland, the site includes new monuments from Slovakia (churches in Haluzice, Henckovice, Lucka, Medzianky Castle) and Wales (church and priory in Brecon, churches in Camrose, Runston, Ystradfellte, two churches in Haverfordwest, priory in Denbigh, medieval house Carswell and castles Castell Meredydd, Plas Baglan). Finally, I added one Latvian castle in Salaspils, formerly under the name Kircholm.
The castles in Czorsztyn, Nysa, Otmuchów, Castell y Bere, Dolbadarn, Dolwyddelan, Denbigh, Chepstow, Caernarfon, Beaumaris, Sobków and Pieniny Castle, churches in Bożewo, Brochów, Ciechanów, Czernice Borowe Gołomin, Łęg, Golub, Płock (cathedral), Niedźwiadna, Chełmża, all churches in Chełmno and Toruń, Brodnica, Nowe Miasto Lubawskie, Warsaw (cathedral), Szczepankowo have been significantly changed and improved. Smaller changes affected Przasnysz, Sierpc, Łomża, Radzyń (church), Wiślica, Rosochate, Szreńsk, Wizna, Rokicie, Kurkocin, Brudzawy, Niedźwiedź, and the castle in Rawa. In addition, I more or less rewrote all churches in Greater Poland (Wielopolska) region.