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The Church. St. And St. Margaret's. Stanislaus from the thirteenth to eighteenth centuries.
Poland

Kościół parafialny w Żębocinie, dedykowany św. Małgorzacie i św. Stanisławowi Biskupowi został zbudowany w XIII w. Świątynia jest ufortyfikowana do dziś widać wały i fosy. Charakter kościoła sytuuje go na styku architektury romańskiej i gotyckiej. W swej pierwotnej postaci kościół ukazuje nader proste założenie przestrzenne, obejmujące niewielkie, prawie kwadratowe prezbiterium i szerszą prostokątną nawę. Z pierwotnych szczegółów zachowały się zaledwie dwa okna zamknięte półkoliście, szeroko rozglifione; z nich jedno zamurowane. Zachowały się też dwa ostrołukowe portale.

Copyright: Bartosz Decowski
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Resolution: 10184x5092
Uploaded: 29/11/2012
Updated: 15/05/2014
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Tags: church; polska; poland; malopolska; Żebocin
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