The Church of Our Lady Queen of the Polish Crown in Nebrowo Wielkie

The bell tower was built in the west, with the bell made in 1689. It was located by the Vistula levee. Inside, the three sides of the gallery are wooden, supported by four wooden poles. Before the entrance, there is a Gothic baptismal font. Baroque altar and a pulpit from the early 18th Century. In the western porch, there is a groin vault and, in the church, over the middle section, there is a mock barrel vault. The tower and choir stairs are made of wood. There is also a ground-level sacristy, covered with a pitched roof, perpendicular to the church building, evangelical until 1945.

Autor: LOT Liwa




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