Wales finished

I finished work on monuments from the area of Wales, altogether more than three hundred castles, monasteries, abbeys, churches, neolithic burial chambers and many more appeared on the site. I invite you to familiarize yourself with such wonderful monuments as castles in Caernarfon, Pembroke, or Chepstow, the Roman fort of Venta Silurium (Caerwent), the burial chamber of Bryn Celli Ddu or the medieval bishop’s palaces in St Davids and Llandew.

New photos of Gdańsk monuments and developed descriptions of Teutonic castles

I enriched monuments on medievalheritage.eu from the area of Gdańsk with about a hundred of new photos, interested in brick gothic should find something interesting for themselves, because in spite of the massive destruction from the last war, Gdańsk still boasts a significant medieval architectural heritage. Recently, I have also developed and supplemented descriptions for many Teutonic castles, among others in Brodnica, Człuchów, Elbląg, Gdańsk, Grudziądz, Bierzgłowo, Pokrzywno, Barciany, or Świecie nad Wisłą. Interested are invited.

The first descriptions of monuments from the Wales

I decided to make the monuments from Wales available on medievalheritage.eu, unfortunately so far only in Polish. Unlike previous countries, which I posted after adding all places, Welsh monuments will be up-to-date as they develop. As of today, they are completed from Aberdaron to Caernarfon. I also provide a map with all planned places marked, however links from the map icons only work for already created subpages. I will translate Wales into English at the end.

New monuments from Poland on the site

There are new Polish monuments on the site: Białęgi, Bogaczów, Borki, Borowina, Brwice, Dąbie, Dąbrówka, Długie, St Joseph church in Gdańsk, Gnojnik, Golice, Gościeszowice, Gryżyna, Bernardine monastery in Kazimierz Biskupi, Kiełbasin, Klonówka, Kokoszkowy, Kończewice, Kryniczno, Krzeczyn Wielki, Krzyżanowo, Łęg Probostwo, Malechowo, Mątowy Wielkie, Miłoradz, Mycielin, Niedźwiedzica, Połęcko, Przeworsk, Siecieborzyce, Siedlce, Słutowo, Smolnica, Stara Kościelnica, Strzeszów, Witnica, Wronie, Zawada and monuments in Złotnik. Of course, all marked on google map.

Website development

March 10, 2018 can be considered as a symbolic date, as medievalheritage.eu for the first time reached the number of over 100 unique entries in one day. On this occasion, I would like to thank all those who give their opinions on the forums on which I was advertising the site, both for the words of praise and essential comments. I invite to cooperate with all who are willing, if you think that a description is insufficiently expanded, needs improvement or completion, or English translation is inappropriate write to zabytkiswierniowiecza@op.pl or in the comments under the descriptions.

Medieval monuments of Estonia have been added

Medieval Estonia came to medievalheritage.eu. From today you can read about the Estonian monuments of ancient times. Teutonic castles, fortified churches, towers houses, gothic houses of Tallinn and much more… Of course, also a lot of photos, reconstructions and plans, and a google map for those who want to find monuments.

Translation of monuments of Poland and Slovakia

I have finished translating the monuments of Poland and Slovakia into English. From now on, filters in this language also function. Becausemy my English is far from perfect, I apologize in advance for any mistakes. I will be grateful for reporting them for correction ( zabytkisredniowiecza@op.pl ). Unfortunately, the captions under the pictures, due to the troublesome of this issue in WordPress, will be translated later.