Church of St. Michael - Turie

Uprostred Turia stojí starobylý kostol zasvätený sv. Michalovi. Tento kostolík nie je postavený v jednom konkrétnom slohu, tvorí ho románsky, barokový aj gotický sloh. V roku 1720 bol tento Boží dom dokončený. Centrom dvojposchodového barokového oltára je olejomaľba svätého Michala archanjela, nášho patróna, ktorého sviatok slávime 29. septembra.

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Updated: 19/10/2012


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