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Wedding Ceremony in the wooden Church


Only 2 km away from the Paszkówka Palace there is a historic church. The Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary was built in the 2nd half of the 16th century. Furnishings from the 17th-19th century Walls, ceilings of the church and the parapet of the matroneum are covered with polychrome consisting of figural and geometric motifs, which was made in the years 1899-1903. The interior of the church includes, among others, three late-Baroque altars. In the main altar, a famous grace-working Baroque painting of Our Lady with the Child (Sosnowicka) was placed; it is covered by a painting from the 2nd half of the 17th century that shows the Crucifixion. In the left side altar, there is a painting of Saint Anthony with Jesus the Child, and in the right side altar there is a painting of Saint Margaret. more: 



Marcyporęba is a charming village situated 5 km away from Paszkówka. There you can visit the historic wooden church of Saint Martin, which was erected over 300 years ago. It is one of the two wooden churches in the Brzeźnica commune, which are located on the Trail of Wooden Architecture. The church has been refurbished a number of times. The appearance of the church has essentially changed, but its original style is retained. The main altar contains a 17th -century painting of the Assumption of Our Lady. The most valuable historic assets of the church are: a Gothic crucifix from the beginning of the 15th century, a Renaissance stone baptismal font from 1545 and a late Baroque pipe organ. Other elements that have survived till now are three embroidered vestments from the 17th century and two vestments from Polish belts as well as a gilded classicistic monstrance. On the churchyard there is a classicistic bell tower from 1831, the graveyard of the Baum family - inheritors of the neighbouring village Kopytówka and a figure of the Merciful Jesus. 

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