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Wislok Wielki, Greek Catholic church. St. Humphrey
Poland

Greek Catholic church. St. Humphrey since 1946, the Roman Catholic church of the same name. The church is a wooden, timbered with vertical boards, oriented. The chancel facing east. On the axis of the church there is a brick bell tower - the gateway. Church was built between 1850-1854, indicate that the inscriptions on the beam between the women's gallery and nave. Consecration of the church took place in 1854.

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