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Poland Kościół w Skrzydlnej
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Church in Skrzydlna - the church was founded by the owner Skrzydlna Prokop Pieniazek in the sixteenth century. The temple was consecrated in 1585. With time, part of the structure was diminished and the demolition was necessary. Damaged parts - the chancel and sacristy - Walled. Over time, it was necessary to undertake further conservation work: in 1787 the nave was extended and introduced virtual vault, was built in 1838, the baroque tower, which was subsequently renewed in 1959. It is nave, wooden carcass construction.


The nave roof covered jednokalenicowy of the bell tower. Dominated by a wooden tower with a spire and nadwieszona baroque helmet. The interior is decorated with polychrome figural and ornamental. Baroque main altar of the seventeenth century. On the side of the main altar is the Renaissance tomb of the founder of the church, Prokop Pieniazek, made of sandstone.

Kościół w Skrzydlnej - kościół ufundowany został przez właściciela Skrzydlnej Prokopa Pieniążka w XVI wieku. Świątynia została konsekrowana w 1585 roku. Z czasem część konstrukcji uległa znacznemu osłabieniu i konieczna była rozbiórka. Zniszczone fragmenty - prezbiterium i zakrystię - wymurowano. W miarę upływu czasu konieczne było podejmowanie dalszych prac konserwatorskich: w 1787 roku rozbudowano nawę i wprowadzono sklepienia pozorne, w 1838 roku dobudowano barokową wieżę, która następnie została w 1959 roku odnowiona.

Jest jednonawowy, drewniany, konstrukcji zrębowej. Nawę przykrywa jednokalenicowy dach z wieżyczką na sygnaturkę. Góruje nad nim drewniana wieża z nadwieszona iglicą i barokowym hełmem. Wnętrze świątyni zdobi polichromia figuralna i ornamentalna. Ołtarz główny barokowy z XVII wieku. W boku ołtarza głównego znajduje się renesansowy nagrobek fundatora kościoła, Prokopa Pieniążka, wykonany z piaskowca.

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