The temple was built at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries in the neo-Gothic style

Roman Catholic Church of St. John the Baptist in Łowce

The first church in this location was established in the 15th, and possibly even at the end of the 14th century. The present church is the third sacred building, succeeding two wooden ones. It was built at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries, with the consecration taking place in 1909. The Neo-Gothic style was chosen, which was very popular at the time, reflected in the numerous buttresses and the overall verticality of the building, as well as the design of the windows and the rosette on the front wall. Inside, there is a Baroque altar, intricately carved pews, and a pulpit. Four stone plaques adorn the walls of the chancel. The large stained-glass windows in the chancel and the polychrome on the cross-arched ceiling are particularly striking. Figures of the apostles can be seen on the fence posts.

The yellow facade of the church with a soaring roof, a statue of the saint in front of the building, a tree on the left side

Stylistyka neogotycka widoczna jest w licznych przyporach i ogólnej strzelistości budynku, jak również w konstrukcji okien i rozety na ścianie frontowej

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