Post-evangelical church

This post-evangelical church was built between 1779-1983 according to I. Graff’s design. It is peculiarly oriented to north-south (typical church orientation: east – west) to close, looking from the square,  the perspective towards the north with the church tower. This church has never been plastered because unlike catholic churches, the elevation of protestant churches was often just bare brick. The dome-covered tower is incorporated in the church building to the south. Inside there are preserved elements of the altar and the pulpit. Next to the church there is a former pastor’s house dating back to the 18th century


Urząd Miasta i Gminy Rydzyna

ul. Rynek 1
64-130 Rydzyna 48 655388434

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