An abandoned temple

A bright, brick Orthodox church with a wooden door and a round stained-glass window

Tserkva in Płazów

The abandoned and unused temple stands in the middle of the village buildings, next to a small cemetery grove. It is a slender building from 1728, built of brick, with early Baroque features, including a facade with a semicircular topped portal, and recesses for figures on either side of the rosette and in the tympanum. The presence of a large onion-shaped dome on a wide drum and a three-nave layout with a woman's gallery on the first floor is evident. The interior is derelict and devastated. However, it is worth noticing the semi-columns and pilasters and the decorative cornices.

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