A Neo-Gothic church built over two decades

Church in Izdebki

During the 19th and early 20th centuries, numerous churches built 300 or 400 years earlier were dismantled, primarily due to their deteriorating condition. The need arose to choose a style for the new churches that would occupy these sites. Thanks to the Neo-Gothic style's popularity at the end of the 19th century, many architectural gems have been left in the Podkarpacie region and other parts of Poland. The church in Izdebki is an example of a temple built under such circumstances. Its construction began in 1911 but only finished two decades later, affected significantly by the World War, the Polish-Soviet War, and economic crises. The main altar, in blue and gold Baroque style, features an image of Madonna and Child in the centre, and angels sitting on gilded clouds at the top. The meticulous rib-vaulting with geometrical and floral frescoes is particularly noteworthy.

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