Tserkva in Lemko style

Former Greek-Catholic Tserkva of St. Nicholas in Jałowe

Like many similar buildings, this temple is now Roman Catholic. Unlike the former church in Górzanka, the temple here has been altered by removing the iconostasis. Its fragments can still be admired, however, as they form side altars. The building itself has been renovated, preserving its original 1903 form, including the domes on the roof of each of the three functional elements: the women's gallery, the nave and the chancel with the vestry. In front of the main entrance, there is a brick gate bell tower, and in the cemetery, there are several gravestones from the beginning of the 20th century, including the brick burial chapel of the village owner Anna Nowosielska.

A wooden church with a bright roof next to a large, spreading tree
A wooden church with a bright roof on a snow-covered hill, accessed by wooden stairs

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