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Sobolow, wooden church
Poland

Church of All Saints in Sobol dates from the late sixteenth century, is a one-nave structure with log construction. On the east wall of the chancel is a group of Gethsemane in the twentieth century: an angel handing the cup of Christ. The church appears detached, wooden bell tower of the seventeenth century, in which the Gothic bell is suspended. The oldest monument in the church is Mannerist painting of the Crucifixion.

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