After 1951 the Greek Catholic tserkov in Łodyna was used for charcoal storage. In 1971 it was acquired by the Roman Catholic parish and was thoroughly restored. Today it functions as a filial Roman Catholic church of St. Anthony

Greek Catholic tserkov in Łodyna


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This three-part log church, is oriented eastward and comprises a small porch leading to the narthex. The chancel is adjoined by the sacristy on the southern side. The whole building is covered with shingles, the roof is clad with sheet metal, and the tower is lined with vertical wood planks. Each part of the building is covered with a gable roof. The main entrance to the porch, added more recently, replaced an older one situated on the northern side.


Read more about the attraction on the Wooden Architecture Route website



Photo: Krystian Kłysewicz