Wednesday, 25 January 2017

C for church

St. Antoni Bobola church in Gościno was built in 1865 in neoroman style. It's a roman catholic temple and was consecrated in 1945. It's located on a small hill in the southern part of the town.
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Kościół pw. św. Antoniego Boboli w Gościnie został zbudowany w 1865 w stylu neoromańskim. Jest to świątynia rzymsko-katolicka i została poświęcona w 1945r. Położona jest na małym wzgórzu w południowej części miasta.
The door richly decorated with bas-relief.
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Drzwi są bogato zdobione płaskorzeźbami.
One of the stained glass panels.
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24 comments:

  1. wonderful.... love churches, for services but also to photograph ofcourse, out and inside

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  2. It's a shame it was closed, when I was there :(

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  3. A beautiful church! The door is amazing.

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    1. I really like the door bas-relief very much.

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  4. What a lovely church! have a great weekend!

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    1. Small, but lovely :) Thank you. Have a wonderful weekend too.

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  5. What a beautiful church. I love it.

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    1. Thank you guys for a nice comments.

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  7. I love little rock churches like this. It looks so inviting and that door is just gorgeous. It reminds me of some that I see on 'InSPIREd Sunday' that shows churches from around the world.

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    1. I like small churches too. I wasn't happy to see it closed that day. Maybe next time I will have more luck.

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  8. A beautiful church. Love the stone walls. Have a lovely day!

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  9. Calling by from ABC WEdnesday, yes Poland is somewhere I would love to explore one day, meanwhile enjoyed my virtual visit today.

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    1. I'm happy, that Poland is on your list.

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  10. Gorgeous images! I love churches.

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    1. Me too. We have a lot of them in Poland.

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    1. It is, I hope I'll visit this place with better weather.

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    2. EDIT: Apologies! I was browsing my blog on my mobile, misclicked and accidentally removed Your comment(potato fingers...). I'm terribly sorry:/

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    1. The door is main part of its beauty.

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    1. Thank you for a nice comment, Roger.

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