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Koniusza St. Paul and Peter's Church
Poland

Kościół św. Pawła i Piotra zbudowany z kamienia w drugiej połowie XV wieku, według tradycji kościół był fundowany już w XII wieku. Został gruntownie przebudowany w wieku XVII i kilkakrotnie restaurowany. Dzwonnica drewniana z XVIII wieku została przeniesiona na obecne miejsce w 1943 roku.

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