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.

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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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