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Bera published on 11/10/2020 9:06 p.m.:
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I sobborghi presso la Porta di Cracovia iniziarono a formarsi già nel XIV secolo, mentre la chiesa dei Bernardini fu costruita accanto a loro nel 1454 . A quel tempo, l'area davanti alle mura iniziò a essere chiamata piazza Bernardyński (oggi questo è il nome della piazza di Czerniaków). Furono costruite case di legno da vari artigiani, furono costruiti cortili, si formarono due rami della piazza, dove quello orientale portava alla più antica jurydyka di Varsavia appartenente al parroco della chiesa collegiata: Dziekanka. La cosiddetta piazza Bernardyński (o Bernardyńskie Przedmieście) era precedentemente chiamata Czerski Przedmieście, e poi Krakowskie Przedmieście, poiché era l'inizio del percorso che collegava Varsavia inizialmente con Czersk, e poi con Cracovia

The suburbs at the Krakow Gate began to form as early as the 14th century, while the Bernardine church was built next to them in 1454. At that time, the area in front of the walls began to be called Bernardyński Square (today this is the name of the Czerniaków square). Wooden houses were built by various craftsmen, courtyards were built, two branches of the square were formed, where the eastern one led to the oldest Warsaw jurydyka belonging to the parish priest of the collegiate church - Dziekanka. The so-called Bernardyński (or Bernardyńskie Przedmieście) square was formerly called Czerski Przedmieście, and then Krakowskie Przedmieście, as it was the beginning of the route that connected Warsaw initially with Czersk, and then with Krakow

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