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Church in Studzieniec

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Kościół bez wieży powstał w II połowie XIII w. z kamienia i rudy darniowej. Dzwonnica dobudowana została w XV w., zawieszono w niej dzwon ufundowany w 1495 r. Niestety nie dotrwała ona do naszych czasów. Obecna dzwonnica pochodzi z 1752 r. Po zakończeniu wojny kościół był kościołem filialnym parafii Oczyszczenia Najświętszej Maryi Panny w Kożuchowie.

Kościół założony jest na rzucie prostokąta z nawą tej samej szerokości co prezbiterium od wschodniej strony, które zamknięte jest trójkątnie. Prezbiterium jest najstarszą częścią kościoła. Od strony zachodniej stoi wolno stojąca drewniana dzwonnica. Od strony wschodniej na zewnątrz wmurowano epitafia. Dach kościoła pokrywa gont drewniany. Całość otacza mur kamienny. Mimo że kościół był wielokrotnie przebudowywany, zachował wczesnogotycki styl.

Na podstawie:
http://www.turystyka-powiat-nowosolski.info.pl

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