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Kostel Božího Těla v Gutech (zadní pohled)
Czech Republic

Dřevěný Kostel Božího Těla v Gutech z roku 1563.

Kostel byl původně evangelický, což trvalo zhruba sto let. Posléze byl v rámci rekatolizace odebrán a znovu vysvěcen. Kostra stavby je tvořena masivními trámy z habrů, které rostly pravděpodobně kolem řeky Olše.

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Uploaded: 18/05/2011
Updated: 19/05/2011
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