Interior full of polychrome

Church of St. Martin Turonensis in Szebnie

The temple, built in 1605, has not survived in its original form, as the late 18th-century reconstruction made very serious interferences in the structure of the building. However, it remained a wooden structure, with a high, steeply pitched roof and a three-nave building with side aisles separated from the main one by rows of wooden columns. The walls are largely decorated with polychrome paintings, including images of saints. The main altar and side altars are Baroque, elaborately decorated in wood. In place of the tower belfry, which was removed in the 18th century, a screen belfry was erected.

View of the side wall of a tall wooden church with a gray roof and a white brick outbuilding

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