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Radoszyce, Greek Catholic church. St. Dimitri

Greek Catholic church. St. Dmitri currently Roman Catholic church branch church. Our Lady Help of Christians belonging to the parish of Komancza. Radoszyce Orthodox, Orthodox initially, then Uniate, has existed since 1507. The present church was built in 1868 and dedicated four years later. In 1896 the interior of the church was renovated. The property suffered heavy losses in 1944, when several bullets hit the roof and dome.

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