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Old Church - Rajecke Teplice
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Miestny kostolík Nanebovzatia Panny Márie, ktorý bol postavený pred 90 rokmi a posvätený 15. augusta 1909 nitrianskym biskupom Viliamom Batthyánym. Kostolík je neogotická jednoloďová stavba o dĺžke 18. metrov a šírke 6. metrov. Svätyňa má viacuhlový uzáver. Priestory sú zaklenuté lunetovými klenbami a medziklenbovým pásom, zbiehajúcim do plastických konzol. Loď zakončuje predsieň, nad ktorou je chór. Vo vstavanej veži sú 3. zvony. Najstarší z nich z roku 1909 má priemer 50 cm a je zasvätený Nanebovzatej Panne Márii. Druhý zvon o priemere 66 cm je zasvätený svätému Ladislavovi. Vo veži sú hodiny. Fasádu charakterizuje dvojfarebné kvádrovanie a neogotické architektonické články. Kaplnka i veža sú pokryté medeným plechom. Vnútorné zariadenie kostolíka je tiež neogotické. Vyrezávaný drevený oltár zhotovil majster Hausner z Budapešti. V jeho strede je socha Panny Márie s Ježiškom na ľavej ruke a s berlou v pravej ruke, po stranách sú sochy patrónky farského kostola v Konskej svätej Kataríny a svätej Barbory. (Pôvodne tu boli sochy sv. Ladislava a Imricha.) V lodi sú drevené reliéfy sv. Petra a Pavla, ako aj sv. Cyrila a Metoda z roku 1933. Krížovú cestu gotického štýlu vytvoril miestny rezbár J. Pekara. (Zhotovil aj Slovenský betlehem v Rajeckej Lesnej). V predsieni vo výklenku je socha sv. Antona Paduánskeho.

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