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Church - Dolny Hricov
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Kostol nesie znaky románskeho aj gotického slohu. Pôvodný kazetový strop bol v neskorších rokoch požiarom poškodený a nahradený klenbou. Kazetový strop bol vyšší ako terajšia klenba. Dôkazom sú zvyšky vnútorných malieb ktoré sa zachovali nad klenbou na povale. Maľby boli čiastočne zreštaurované v roku 1964. Podľa odborníkov tieto maľby pochádzajú zo XIV. storočia. Sú to fragmenty väčších kompozičných celkov, veľkých obrazov, ako: Posledná večera, Nanebevstúpenie Krista, Kristus na Mangorle, a pod. Zachovali sa iba horné časti fragmentov. Ostatné časti boli zakryté neskoršími nátermi. Okolo kostola sa pochovávalo, pod podlahou kostola bola hrobka, v nej pochovávali hradné panstvo. Stopy po hrobke boli nájdené pri oprave kostola v rokoch 1947–48. Vchod do hrobky bol zamurovaný. Na vonkajších múroch kostola sú vyryté kratšie latinské texty, maľované dvojkruhy s krížom, v medzikruží sú mená zomretých, ktorí boli popri kostole pochovaní. V XIX. storočí prechádza kostolná budova niekoľkými zmenami. V r. 1827 dostáva kostol kamennú obkládku na rohoch. Jej časti sa zachovali dodnes. V r. 1820 sa porušuje predtým renesančná úprava kostola prístavbou bočnej lode do kríža.Najpozoruhodnejšou pamiatkou, ktorá sa dosiaľ v kostole zachovala, je gotická klenba nad hlavným oltárom. Veža kostola je v pôvodnom tvare, postavená v románskom slohu. Pri opravách v rokoch 1960-62 bol obnovený románsky oltár oproti hlavnému oltáru. Na pôvodnom oltári bol nápis z roku 1576. Kostol je zasvätený pamiatke sv. Michala.

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