St. Stanislaus Kostka’s Church in Rodowo

The village and the church were destroyed during the “hunger” war. The village suffered the raids of the unpaid mercenary soldiers on the 20 January 1455: “they damaged the houses, abused the people and took over the property, which they burned down the next day”. St. Stanislaus Kostka’s Church, built in 1754, covered with a pitched roof, a square tower erected in 1859, topped with a tented roof is an oriented Baroque church built on a rectangular plan, made of brick, plastered, single-nave, with its eastern wall bent elliptically. Inside the church there is a Baroque gallery from the 18th Century, with a balustrade made of banisters, decorated with sculptures of Moses, David and John the Baptist. The main altar includes a Baroque crucifix from the first half of the 18th Century. There is also a Baroque pulpit from around 1690, covered with a bas-relief. The bell dates back to 1625. In the porch there is a Baroque foundation plaque. The oak by the church is around 300 years old.



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