A parish church of St. Simon and St. Jude Thaddeus in Pogwizdow , Lesser Poland.
Built on the turn of XV and XVI century in a baroque style church has a wood log construction and is cladded with vertical timber.
That is a shame that they cladded it, as the wood log construction is much more attractive than just a usual cladding. It used to be covered with wood shingles but now the roof is lined with metal sheeting, which has again less charm than the original.
It has a single nave with a prezbytery ended polygonaly.Interior has a flat panelled ceiling and three original baroque oltars form 2-nd half of XVII and XVIII century.
The church is being renovated at the moment,.
See also our other posts on timber churches in Poland:
CHRONOW - WOOD LOG CHURCH IN LESSER POLAND
ORAWKA - ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH IN LESSER POLAND
LIPNICA MUROWANA - XV-TH CENTURY CHURCH - POLAND
RAJBROT - TIMBER LOG CONSTRUCTION CHURCH - POLAND