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Brzeznica, Church St. Peter and Paul and St. Stanislaus
Poland

Church. St. Peter and Paul and St. Stanislaus in Brzeźnica near Bochni comes from 1632, expanded in 1892 by extending the nave, extension side porch. Timbered church, nave, oriented. The presbytery closed on three sides sacristies axis and side.

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