The church we came by during our trip to Slovakia – Located in southern Poland on polish and Slovakian border.
We discovered this amazing structure accidentally, but as it later transpired it was one of the most valued historic, timber log structure churches in Poland – it was suggested to list the church in UNESCO world heritage classification, unfortunately the application was unsuccessful.
The temple was constructed in 18t century and named after St .John the Baptist. It has the most fascinating timber log construction with a single nave and a very precious, rich wall paintings .
It is simply breath taking experience to enter the building, see its mystic light coming through the windows with a stained glass and entirely timber internal finish. The duo pitched roof, the spire at front with four other little spires at each corner of the front tower and most of the walls are covered with wooden shingles.
The church has a very decorative panel ceiling with interesting and picturesque paintings showing the scenes from St John the Baptist’s live and other bible motives.
No doubt we can call it one of the most precious jewel of polish historic timber architecture.