Gothic church named St. Mary Magdalene in Czersk


ul. Kościuszki 34
89-650 Czersk

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Czersk temple was built in the years 1910 to 1913. This magnificent three-nave hall church is located in the central part of town. Mainly the building is made from red brick what is typical for that specify period. The tower of the church is 40 m. high and is topped by pyramidal roof. Clock tower is directed toward the four winds. On the towers are also four bells. The Church was designed by architect Oscar Hossfeld from Wroclaw, who was also a construction manager of the Victory Column in Berlin and the Old National Gallery. He designed among others Reichstag building. The church interior has features ties into a variety of architectural styles. Stoup is neo-Romanesque, Gothic chalice from the late fifteenth century, but Renaissance the great altar of St. Trinity. The work had done himself a great Herman Han in 1611. A certain H. Kachler in 1911 complete the work of the great master adding the sides of the altar, carved paludament with figures of angels. A renaissance time also remembers the cup from 1648. Baroque are three side altars as well as two chalices. There is also rococo altar of St. Cross dating from 1776 and
font from about 1766.


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