Relocated church

Wooden Church of St Florian in Stalowa Wola

The temple was built in the early years of the 19th century in the village of Stany, using pine wood and typical log construction. Along the outer walls, short and enclosed shelters, called Soboty, were built, widening its mass. The walls are boarded with shingles, while the pediment features a bas-relief in wood depicting the cross at Golgotha. In the presbytery, a neo-Baroque main altar with figures of saints is richly gilded, the side altars are in the same style. The ceiling is finished in the form of coffered panels, whereas the internal walls are covered with dark panelling, corresponding with golden ornaments. The temple was moved to Stalowa Wola in 1943.

A small wooden church with ornate doors and a cross in the facade

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