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Roman Catholic Church
Slovakia

Kostol bol pristavený k veži, ktorá tu už stála. Bola pôvodne postavená nad skalnatým brodom Váhu. Mala ho strážiť a súčasne mohla byť aj jeho ukazovateľom. Dôkazom toho sú 4 strieľne nad klenbou veže pod pravým oknom. Sú zamurované a vidieť ich len zvnútra. Pôvodnú vežu potom nadstavili a prispôsobili na kostolnú. K veži bola pristavená chrámová loď, ktorá mala charakter renesančnej lode s dvoma klenbovymi poliami...

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Uploaded: 03/08/2012
Updated: 26/08/2012
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