Renaissance single-nave timbered church - Guty

Wooden Architecture
Renaissance single-nave timbered church (Renesanční jednolodní roubený kostel) from 1642 with striking Mediaeval designed material. The spire of the church was originally an independent bell tower that was attached to the body of the church by local craftsmen in 1781. Repaired in the years 1863 and 1877. Polychromes in the interior were introduced in 1642 by the painter Štěpán Sova of Nebor. Mass every Sunday and Wednesday. Pilgrimage on Sundays after the Feast of the Corpus Christi.


GPS: 49°39'0"N , 18°35'42.999"E