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Church and cemetery - Kamenna Poruba
Slovakia

Roku 1860 na mieste starého a malého kostola začali stavať nový väčší kostol. Pri stavebných úpravách odstránili múry kostola i ohradu cintorína. Z pôvodnej stavby ponechali iba gotickú vežu, ktorá sa zachovala neporušená. Stavbu v novogotickom štýle dokončili roku 1870. Nový kostol dostal ďalší zvon s maďarským kolopisom. Počas prvej svetovej vojny zrekvirovali na kanóny z obce 3 zvony - z kostola a kaplnky. V roku 1961 sa obnovoval vonkajšok kostola. Pri oprave strechy našli na povala vzácne gotické sochy z pôvodného gotického hlavného oltára. Po zreštaurovaní sa sochy vrátili späť na oltár pri úprave interiéru v rokoch 1974-1975. Obnovený kostol 5. júla 1975 posvätil nitriansky biskup Ján Pásztor.

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