In January 2021, 30 new monuments were added from Scotland. The descriptions were expanded and corrected: Bielsko (town walls added), Gliwice (castle and town walls), Głogówek (town walls), Niemodlin (town walls added), Prudnik (town walls), Gdańsk (St. Mary’s Church, Dominican Friary with the church of St. Nicholas), Kościelec Proszowicki, monastery of Ewenny, monastery in Miechów, Starý Plzenec (the description of the hillfort added to the rotunda), Castell Coch, Caerphilly, Tachov (town walls).
I added 21 new monuments from Scotland (for now only in Polish), new monuments from Poland: the parish church in Gliwice, churches in Mirocin Dolny, Niepołomice, Łankiejmy, Krekoły, Marianka, Jelonki, Ostrowite, the cathedral in Włocławek and the court in Jeżów. Much corrections and extensive descriptions in: the church of St. Joseph in Gdańsk, the church in Szczepanów, the church of Holy Spirit in Sandomierz, the church of Holy Trinity in Lubań, the cathedral of Mary Magdalene in Wrocław, ancient necropolises in Grzybnica, Odry and Węsiory, Welsh churches and monasteries in Conwy, Abergavenny, Bangor, Chepstow, Ewenny, Llandaff, Llanfair, Monkton, Newport, St Asaph, St Davids. Finally, I also posted a new text in the articles section – “Early medieval dwelling houses of the northern Slavic region”.
There are 27 new monuments from Scotland and 5 new monuments from Poland (only in Polish for now): churches in Niwiska, Kowalewo, Jelenin, Jastrowiec and Kanigowo. Major changes affected: Racławice Olkuskie, the monastery in Oświęcim (a combined earlier post about the chapel of St. Jacek and the post-Dominican church), Collegium Maius, churches of St. Martin, St. Margaret and St. John in Poznań, church in Piotrków Trybunalski, church and monastery in Przeworsk, Romanesque church in Kościelec Kujawski, tenement houses and commercial buildings in the Poznań market. Many changes also in Welsh monuments, the largest in: Manorbier, Abergavenny, Carew, Barry, Llandaf (bishop’s castle), Flint, Monmouth (castle), Neport, Penhowe.
In October I added 27 new monuments from Scotland, 10 monuments from Slovakia (Gemersky Jablonec, Jur nad Hronem, Krupina, Liptovskie Sliace, Lubica, Orthanky, Sadok, Spiska Sobota, Spiski Hrhov and Trstene), 5 Czech churches (Pertoltice, Sezemice, Stare Zdanice, Stojice, Zivanice), 11 Welsh monuments (churches in Beddgelert, Cardigan, Llangua, Llanllugan, Puffin monastery, Slebech commandry, Talgarth tower house, Neolithic tomb Llech y Drybedd, Llys Rhosyr royal court, Pen y Bannau hillfort and Penmaen Castle). For now only in Polish.
I corrected and significantly expanded descriptions with new graphics: Kałków, Tyniec, Lubiechowa, Mycielin, Gdańsk’s Franciscan monastery, St. John’s Church in Bartoszyce, Czocha Castle, St. Bridget’s Abbey in Gdańsk, church in Reszel, Holy Spirit hospital in Frombork, basilica in Kętrzyn, basilica in Orneta, Krupy, Franciscan Abbey in Krosno, Holy Trinity Church in Lubań, Malbork mills, Ostrów Lednicki, Czech castles: Blansko and Strekov, and Welsh castles Brecon and Bronllys.
In September 2020, 22 new monuments from Scotland have been added to the portal, as well as completely new posts about Czech monuments: the church in Celakovice, Drahanovice castle, church in Dvur Kralove, castles in: Heraltice, Hlohova, Hruba Skala, church in Kocelovice, Great Moravian strongholds Mikulcice and Pohansko, Czech stronghold of Stara Boleslav, churches in Nepomuk, Svata Katerina, Vysoky Ujezd, Velke Mizirici, churches of St. John Na Zabradli and Na Pradle in Prague and the Prague’s Karolinum.
In addition, I edited most of the sacral monuments from Slovakia, corrected and significantly expanded: stronghold in Giecz, castle in Bodzentyn, city walls and the Salt House in Lubań, castles in Iłża and Pińczów, church of St. John in Gdańsk, castle in Raciążek, churches in Svojsin, Jawor, Głogów (collegiate church), Ścinawa, Wołów, Na Piasku in Wrocław, monasteries in Beszowa, Stary Targ and Zawichost, church in Ledec nad Sazavou, Niesytno castle, collegiate church in Opatów.
In August, I added 28 new monuments from Scotland and 23 completely new monuments from Poland, mainly churches from Silesia and Greater Poland: Borów Wielki, Bożnów, Chmielno, Czernica, Dzietrzychowice, Gierszowice, Niwnice, Gębice, Dominican monastery in Poznań, Skwierzyna, Rogoźno, Trląg, Węgrowiec, Szubin, Franciscan monastery in Bydgoszcz, early medieval strongholds in Naszacowice and Zawada Lanckorońska, castle in Krosno Odrzańskie, town hall in Grodków, Warmian churches: Lubomino, Marynowy, Pierzchały and Radostowo. There are also new churches from Slovakia: Cecejovce, Rakovnica, Svatuse, Trebisov.
Posts about Latvian, Estonian, Czech and Polish monuments have been thoroughly revised and expanded: Koeru, Johvi, Pirita Kloster in Tallinn, St. Catherine in Tallinn, Tartu Cathedral, Rujiena, all Riga churches, city walls in Riga, church in Wolmar, Valjala, church in Szprotawa, Upper and Ostrówek castles in Opole, Ludza Castle, city walls in Prudnik and Grodków, Lemberk Castle, castle in Sochaczew, castle in Koźle, castle in Sulechów, church in Głuchołazy, city walls of Nysa, Głubczyce, Głuchołazy, Bystrzyca Kłodzka and Namysłów, castle in Kożuchów, church and commandry in Tyniec nad Ślężą, church of Przyczyna Górna, town hall in Namysłów, stronghold in Trzcinica, cathedral in Wrocław, Zivanska Tower, church in Grodków, church of St. Andrew in Kraków, monastery in Oliwa, and all posts about the city walls in Slovakia (Presov, Kremnica, Bardejov, Skalica, Trnava, Podoliniec, Sabinov, Levoca, Kezmarok).
In July, 24 new monuments from Scotland and the castle in Wyszogród in Mazovia appeared at medievalheritage.eu. In addition, I expanded and corrected the descriptions in: Poznań cathedral (pre-Romanesque and Romanesque period), Wawel Castle (fragment of pre-Romanesque and Romanesque buildings), Carmarthen Castle, Orneta Castle, cathedral in Frombork, Dominican monastery in Tczew, Balvenie Castle, parish church in Byczyna, parish church in Ząbkowice, parish church in Międzyrzecz, church in Uzice, Talmberk Castle, Lacembok Castle, Vartnov, Bruntal (added fragment about the castle), Jensky Vrch, Kaltenstejn, the Dundrennan monastery, castles Freudenstein, Koberstejn, Leuchtenstejn, Landek, Rychleby, Rychleby Drakov, Vikstejn, Edelstejn, Frydberk, Frydek, Fulstejn, the Franciscan monastery in Kraków, the chapel in Braniewo, churches from the Greater Poland region (Duszniki, Kamionna, Kazimierz Biskupi, Łekno, Konin, St. Martin in Poznań, Koło, collegiate church in Poznań, Dębno nad Wartą, Kleczew, Corpus Christi church in Poznań, Słupca). I also added a lot of new photos and drawings of Czech castles (Bezdez, Helfenburk u Ustek, Hridelik, Jestrebi, Litice nad Orlici, Oltarik, Ronov, Rostejn, Telc, Janstejn, Hostejn, Lichnice, Frydlant, Frystat, Grabstejn, Loket, Ohrad, Vyb Rozmberk on the Vltava, Cesky Sternberk). I also edited all the castles in Latvia and Estonia.
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.