History of destruction and desacralization

Former wooden Greek Catholic Tserkva of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Krościenko

Like many other temples in the Podkarpackie region, the Greek-Catholic church in Krościenko, built at the end of the 18th century, is now a Roman Catholic church, taken over in 1973 after being used as a warehouse and sheepfold by emigrants from Greece. The timber-framed building is of the tripartite type, with a shingle roof. Each section is crowned by a small octagonal onion-shaped cupola. Unfortunately, the interior has not survived due to years of devastation. Next to the church is a low bell tower, also 19th century.

A wooden church on a grassy hill next to a cross and a wide road leading to the facility
A wide road leading to a wooden church on a grassy hill

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