13th century church unearthed in Poland

Archaeologists working in Kamień Pomorski (West Pomerania), Poland have discovered the remains of a 13th century Dominican church, part of a larger monastery complex. The church was destroyed in the 16th century.

The 13th century brick church was constructed over the earlier wooden church of St. Giles, with the monastery complex added at a later time. During the excavations, experts also unearthed remains dating to the Middle Ages.