St. George Church

Domaszkowice , Domaszkowice 56
The first mentions of the St. George church and parish come from the 13th century. To this day, the Gothic portal, from the church porch to the aisles, has been preserved. Throughout history, the church has been repeatedly damaged but always rebuilt. In 1679, it was completely reconstructed. At the end of the 17th century, the temple was extended by a chancel. At that time, the church gained the Baroque nature. Inside, we may can admire polychrome from the 17th century. Around the church, the walls and the penitential cross from the 14th century have been preserved.

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