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By Pogranicze Media
Published: 20.12.2010

Blizne

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Haczów - polychrome (1494)

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Lutcza


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   The daughter-church under the invocation of the Ascension of  the Most Blessed Virgin Mary which was erected in the second half of the 15" century. It was extended upon in the first half of the 16 century including the building of a brick sacristy, and also presumably in the first half of the 17" century (the construction of a tower and the reinforcement of the walls with fret-saws). In 1670 the church was partially destroyed by fire, it was not until 1722 that it was rebuilt and restored.

The Uniat church Bonarówka

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   The Unit church under the invocation of the Most Blessed  Virgin Mary from the first half of the 17" century; at present a daughter-church of the Roman Catholic parish in Żyznów. It was initially a deiform and tri-cupola Orthodox, church, but was completely reconstructed in 1841. A tower screening the "babiniec" (a church vestibule where women beggars used to sit and beg) was added on to the nave in the very late 19"century.

Domaradz

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   The parish church under the invocation of St Nicholas which  was presumably erected in the second half of the 15" century. It was renovated and reshaped a vast number of times, counting the 17" century (including the tower extension) and the 18" century. The church underwent significant changes and reconstruction in 1878 (a nave was extended, and inside, its frame was divided into three naves), and a relatively short time afterwards, in 1906 (a turret a transept spire was erected and vestibules were joined on). It was adorned with polychrome murals in 1887. It is one of the oldest churches in Poland.

Humniska

   The parish church under the invocation of St Stanislaus the  Bishop which was erected in the 15" century; renovated extensively. It was reconstructed in the years 1898-1900 (the naves were extended, the northern chapel and the vestibules were built as additions, its roofs were rebuilt with partial preservation of the initial orchidaceous rafters). This church is an exemplification of one of the oldest preserved wooden churches in Poland, representing an exceptionally rare layout the nave frame is equal in width to the presbytery, with well-preserved relict of shallow transept annexes.

Jurowce
   The former Unit parish church under the invocation of St  George (at present the Roman Catholic church under the invocation of St Peter and Paul) which was erected in 1873. It has a pillar framework. There is a belfry in the immediate vicinity of the church dating from 1905. A side-chapel was built on to the southern wall of the presbytery in 1924.

Czerteż

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Jasienica Rosielna


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Krosno

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   The daughter-church under the invocation of Adalbert which  was erected in approximately the middle of the 15tyh century. At the end of the 18th century it was abandoned and in danger of absolute devastation. Then in the middle of the 19th century it was completely restored and deconsecrated in 1856. It was extensively reconstructed (retaining the general proportions of the earlier temple) in 1903 according to the design of the architect Tadeusz Stryjeński. It was further renovated in the 1940 owing to damages resulting from war operations, and then in the 1969.
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