Małachowianka - The oldest school in Poland
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      Foot Trips
      End of School Party
  Choir "Minstrel"
  Integrative Theatre
  English Language Theatre
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      Socrates Project
      International Conference
      European Picnics
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The oldest wing of Malachowianka

The tower, the priceless relic of native architecture, and the dignified walls of the past St. Michael's Collegiate Church are intrinsically linked in time with the later and the newest buildings of contemporary Marshal Stanisław Małachowski High School. To sense the magnificent atmosphere it suffices to go down the narrow shadowy stairs to the basement of the 13th century edifice housing the priceless School Museum.

The school museum with the Romanesque and Gothic relics of St. Michael's collegiate

North buttress with a sandstone moulding

West wall of the collegiate. Photo H.Płuciennik

The redecoration of the lower part of the collegiate building and its adaptation for the museum finished in 1980. On the 800th anniversary day St. Małachowski School Museum was opened, in the Romanesque & Gothic space. The exhibition is divided into historical and contemporary parts. It is changed periodically and the collection is continuously enlarged by the graduates and friends of the School.

First thoughts in Respect of the Establishment of the Scientific Society at the Voivodeship School in Płock, Kajetan Morykoni's manuscript, the school museum.

Old school equipment in the school museum

© 2005 by Krzemin, Nagda, Ukash