Blind rosette

Kołbacz Abbey is a former Cistercian monastery located in Kołbacz, Poland. One of the most valuable brick Gothic monuments in Western Pomerania. The construction of the temple, originally a three-nave church, began in 1210 still in the late Romanesque style and was completed after more than 130 years, in 1347 in the Gothic style.

The western façade is framed by two quadrangular risalits (the larger with a staircase), with a large Gothic window in the middle, now walled up, with pointed arched blends on the sides and an elaborate “blind” rosette in the gable.

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