St. Michael the Archangel Church, Binarowa

St. Michael Archangel's Church in Binarowa is one of the oldest wooden churches in the region of Malopolska.

This Gothic church was built in 1500. It is decorated with numerous sculptures and paintings of angels, which makes it a magical place. Precious figures of the Mother of God and of several saints, dating back to 14th century, are also located in the church. Special attention should be paid to the Guardian Angels' Chapel, added in 17th century, as well as to the wall polychromes depicting biblical scenes. Since 2003, the church in Binarowa has been included on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

  • Wooden church of St. Michael Archangel
  • Binarowa-malowidła
  • Drewniane obiekty sakralne Polskich Karpat. Pogórze Ciężkowickie, Binarowa - kościół.
  • Binarowa - kościół pw św.Michała Archanioła
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  • Binarowa


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