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Kostel Sv Andelu Straznych Veseli Nad Moravou Czech Republic
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Se stavbou bylo započato v roce 1717 tehdejšími držiteli veselského panství manžely Želeckými. První servité byli do kláštera uvedeni 31. srpna 1732. Kostel byl vysvěcen 25. října 1739, práce na něm ukončeny v roce 1764. Po zrušení kláštera 4. listopadu 1784 Josefem II. se stává kostel postupně hlavním veselským kostelem. V roce 1858 prohlášen kostelem farním. V hrobce pod kostelem jsou pohřbeni členové servitského řádu i zakladatelé kostela a kláštera a příslušníci rodu Chorinských.

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