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Chapel of Komorowskich.

St. Altar Józef from 1702. Initially he was in the presbytery. He was moved to the Komorowski chapel in place of the former altar of St. Antoni. At the top of the altar there is an image of John the Baptist, and on the sides - the figures of John of Nepomuk and Jan Kante.

Co-Cathedral of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary and Saint. Jan Jerozolimski in ¯ywiec - a temple built in the 15th century. with a high tower, decorated at the top with a gallery, expanded in 1582-1583.
Among the valuable works is a Gothic bas-relief of the Dormition of the Virgin Mary from around 1500. Baroque interior design.
Formerly a parish church, since 1992 a co-cathedral of the Bielsko-¯ywiec diocese.

Zywiec is a city in south-central Poland. The city is located in the center of the ¯ywiec Valley, on the So³a River, near the Zywieckie Lake in the historical region of Lesser Poland and includes the Zywiec Landscape Park, one of eight protected areas in the province.

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