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Lubelski Square after Fara is an interesting place to visit in order to touch the medieval history, which is represented by fragments of the foundations of the former parish church. St. Michael the Archangel. Excavated and restored today are tourist attractions of Lublin.
The parish church was built in the present square at the turn of the 13th and 14th centuries, and the building material was limestone, which was also used during the reconstruction of the preserved walls. The ruins are surrounded by cobblestones and enriched with adequate lighting, so you can walk around and contemplate the monument also after dark. On the square was also the model of a temple in the 1:40 scale.
The significance of the monument to the city is very large, as it is most probably the oldest brick temple in Eastern Poland and also in Lublin. The square after Fara is also interesting because of the archaeological excavations dating back to 3200-2500 BC. They indicate a period of settlement in this place dating back to the ancient times.