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Kostol Nepoškvrneného počatia Panny Márie v Kysuckom Novom Meste
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Mariánsky kostol (dolný) na Belanského ulici z roku 1817. Kostol vznikol vznikol prestavbou Kaplnky Nepoškvrneného počatia Panny Márie (1746). Keď mala kysucká farnosť viac ako 20 tisíc veriacich, padlo rozhodnutie, že poniže mestských hradieb by sa mala postaviť kaplnka a pri nej cintorín. Preto v roku 1738 začali veriaci stavať kaplnku a ukončili ju v roku 1746. Netrvalo dlho a v roku 1801 ju začali rozširovať na terajší Kostol Nepoškvrneného počatia Panny Márie. Dokončený bol v roku 1817. Je to jednoloďová stavba v klasicistickom štýle s polkruhovým uzáverom, zaklenutá pruskými klenbami s medziklembovými pásmi. Fasáda je členená pilastrami, kostol má vežu vstavanú do štítového priečelia. Na parapete chóru z prvej polovice 18. storočia, krásne zdobeného barokovou výzdobou - plastickou drevorezbou polychromovanou, je umiestnený zemiansky znak rodiny Kubicovej. V interiéry kostola sa nachádza klasicistická kazateľňa s luiséznym ornamentom. Klasicistický organ je z konca 18. storočia. V kostole sa nachádzajú dva obrazy od D. Applera. Prvý z nich zobrazuje sv. Andreja, druhý sv. Alžbetu, oba pochádzajú z roku 1836.
(Text prevzatý z web. stránky Kysuckého Nového mesta:www.kysuckenovemesto.sk.)

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