MFSF JÁNOŠÍKŮV DUKÁT

Monday 25. May 2020

CHURCH OF ST. CATHERINE

burnt down completely at 2 April 2002. It was an important example of folk architecture, a wooden building with one nave in the Gothic and Neo-Renaissance styles and dating from the 16th century. The nave, with a flat ceiling, was separated from the three-sided presbytery by the rounded triumphal arch. The oldest part of the church was the square tower (originally a separate belfry), topped by a four-sided head with a helmet roof. The entire church was built of larch wood, and the outside walls and roof were covered with wooden tiles. Until 1898 the interior was painted white, and later oil-based paint was used. A churchyard was adjacent to the church until 1909.

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LAST MODIFY: Alena Janská (Infomorava.cz) org. 56, 29.03.2004 v 09:28 hodin