St. Adalbert Church in Kąclowa

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The large, wooden St. Adalbert Church in Kąclowa makes an impression of an old building with a long history. Similar, in terms of its architecture and design, to many authentic old churches in the region, it was built, however, quite recently, as in the years 1926-29, and its structure was designed not by a local artist, but by a well-known architect, Zdzisław Mączeński. An interesting solution are the arcades supported by wooden pillars and shielding the side entrances to the temple and to the sacristy. Inside, we will see items of furnishings designed specially for this temple and originating in the interwar period, as well as the 18th-century organ.

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