Wooden Church in Haczów #2
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Wooden Church in Haczów #2

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Gothic, wooden church. The biggest and one of the oldest wooden churches in Poland.

Erected in the half of 15th century.

http://www.sciaga.pl/tekst/61155-62-zabytkowy_kosciol_w_haczowie

http://www.polskaniezwykla.pl/attraction/5019.id

http://dziedzictwo.ekai.pl/@@haczow_kosciol_wniebowziecia_nmp

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