Franciscan Church of St Mary Magdalene

Carpathian Mountains

This beautifully evocative church, with its enormous pillars dwarfing the three baroque statues at the front, was built between 1754 and 1778 in late-baroque and classical style. The church has a beautiful rococo interior with a vaulted and frescoed nave.

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