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Osiek - Church. St. Andrew
Poland

Church. St. Andrew in Osiek probably built in the years 1538-1549 on the site of the previous. It is a late Gothic building of the Silesian variety. In the late fifteenth and early seventeenth century, the church served as a Calvinist. In 1907, a new church was built Osiek brick - since that time wooden church is not in use.

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Uploaded: 22/04/2013
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Tags: church; osiek; poland; malopolska; religion; kościół pw. św. andrzeja; szlak architektury drewnianej; architektura drewniana; wooden architecture trail; wooden architecture
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