Church of St. Stanislaus Bishop and Martyr in Jordanów Śląski

Jordanów Śląski
The church was first mentioned in 1335. However, the present one was built in the 15th century. Between 1534 and 1945 it was a Protestant church, destroyed in about 40% during World War II. It was rebuilt and given to the Catholics. It is a single-nave building, oriented, with a clock tower topped with a 8-sided spire. The interior contains interestingitems, such as a late Renaissance altar from 1620, a pulpit from 1609, and the Baroque baptismal font from the first half of the 17th century. The walls of the church contain encased Baroque and Renaissance tombstones.

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