All Saints Church, Blizno

Wooden, Gothic All Saints’ Church in Blizno was built in the half 15th century. It is picturesquely located on a hill and encircled by ancient forest. The church is surrounded by wooden fence with several stone shrines. Its interior enchants the visitors with sumptuous ornaments on the walls and organ gallery. Folk decoration with plant and grotesque motifs add variety to the church interior decoration. In the side altar, a miraculous figure of St. Mary Full of Grace is placed, most probably sculptured by Wit Stwosz. In 2003, together with several other wooden churches from the region of Malopolska, All Saints’ Church in Blizno was included on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

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  • Blizne - Kościół pw. Wszystkich Świętych - został zapisany na listę światowego dziedzictwa UNESCO


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