Saturday, 3 September 2016

Two churches in Iwonicz Zdroj

4th September 2016

One of the weekends in August i spent in resort Iwonicz Zdroj I wrote about my staying in the previous post.  The town is small so there is only only Roman Catholic church there for residents and visitors. It is unique because churches are joined together. he new church was joined to the old one.

Today I introduce you the old church which currently is not in service but looks interesting. The church was built in 1896 from wood.


The old church

Can you see? They are jouined the new and old..















Have a peaceful Saturday!

21 comments:

  1. It is very beautiful, marvelous photos!

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  2. It is a beautiful building and from the outside, it looks quite new!

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    1. yes it is in good condition but the new one was built

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  3. I like the simplicity of the outside of the buildings.

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    1. Christine yes it is very simple building

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  4. Happy to see the old church has been preserved.

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    1. Oh yes it is a great idea to preserve for next generations

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  5. They built to last didn't they? I doubt that many new buildings will still be here in a hundred years.

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    1. But local authorities dedcided to build the new one . And I think the old church was too small for many people

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  6. Interesting to see a wooden church. Have seen a few in my travels of Australia.

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    1. Margaret in the past it was a lot of wooden churches in my country now concrete or brick is popular

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  7. Interesting buildings inside and out.

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    1. It is typical architecture of 19th century in Europe

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  8. the altar area is so fancy. so so lovely. ( :
    happy weekend!

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  9. Such a beautiful interior!

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  10. Looks very nice inside, better that then new one

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  11. How beautiful this church is and how good they are maintaining it in the clever way of joining it to the new church.

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