Ulucz

One of the oldest wooden churches in Poland, under the call of the Ascension Day. According to tradition and written sources, it was built in 1510-1517. Dendrological research date the used timber to 1659. It was part of a monasterial complex. Currently it is a branch of the Museum of Folk Architecture of Sanok.

It is a tripartite, oriented fir log temple, on a foundation of rubble stone, with a three-sided, closed chancel. The building is covered with a multi-tract roof. In the west side, clearly visible eaves are supported by 8 pillars with swords. The chancel has two small rooms next to it – diaconion and protesis.

Inside, there is a valuable, 17th century figural polychrome from 1682-3, presenting the scene of Passion of Christ. The original iconostasis of this church is located in the Museum of Folk Architecture in Sanok.

The Tourist Information

TOURIST INFORMATION CENTRE IN SANOK ****
Rynek 14, PL 38-500 Sanok
Opening hours:
MON - FR | 9:00 – 17:00 / 1.05. – 15. 10. winter holidays
SAT – SUN | 9:00 – 13:00

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