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The Missionary Museum in Mysłowice Brzęczkowice


In Brzęczkowice, a district of Mysłowice, it is worthwhile to see the Church of Our Lady of Sorrows, whose basement houses a very interesting museum – the Cardinal August Hlond Missionary Museum created by missionary Fr. Andrzej Halemba. Here, we can mainly see ethnographic collections from three continents: Africa, South America and Oceania. The natural history exhibition is also very interesting. Many photos and videos tell us about the traditional culture of the peoples among whom Polish missionaries work.

Location
street Generała Jerzego Ziętka 25
41-100 Mysłowice
Mysłowice
Upper Silesian Agglomeration
in the city/town
Contact data
: 32 494 42 64
: www.brzeczkowice.katowice.opoka.org.pl/muzeum
General Information
: museums
Prices & amenities
: admission free
Availability
: whole year

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