Slovakia Prison


Primarily built in Middle Ages then rebuilt after the partitions of Poland in the XVIII and XIX century. Formerly housed the church and Dominican monastery. In 1981 on the imposition of the martial law in Poland, some high rank Solidarity members has been imprisoned here.

Very interesting object and a part-time museum at the moment, lots of artists left it's print on the walls (which sometimes looks like a real prisoners art) it adds to the atmosphere, apparently there's still some genuine graffiti in the dining room but we didn't have enough time to inspect it.







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