May 11, 2009

The Wooden Architecture Route [5] - Wolowiec

We come back to our Wooden Architecture Route:) Today we present you the church in Wolowiec. Just next to the church there is an old cementary. The photos from it you can see in tomorrow post:)
More information about the church you can see in the second photo.

14 comments:

Vogon Poet said...

Another precious (wooden) gem!

Cezar and Léia said...

Dear friends m2!
Could be this church is a kind of museum nowadays?
This wooden archtecture route is magnificent indeed!I would like to visit there so much!
Léia

Jacob said...

There is something about wood that connects with life...perhaps its warmth, or vulnerability.

We were at Disney World (Epcot) today and saw a replica of a Norwegian Stave Church which is all wood, also.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

Fascinating architecture. If the top of the building on the left were different, it would indeed look like a Norwegian Stave Church.

nobu said...

Wonderful wooden church with blue sky.

gogouci said...

The church looks so fragile compared to the brick and concrete structures I'm used to seeing.

MaCoBra said...

I agree these wooden churches are beautifull.

joo said...

Super, tego nie znam!

Per Stromsjo said...

Vulnerability, that's the word. Wooden architecture rarely gets very old. A heritage to care for.

Hilda said...

Really, I find the architecture of these wooden churches so fascinating. Very unique.

Zannnie said...

Great shot of an amazing looking architecture, M_M!!

zannnie & zsolt
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JM said...

A new perspective of this amazing building!

cieldequimper said...

Another amazing wonder! How many are there? ;-))
I have tagged you. I hope you'll forgive me! Info @ http://versaillesdailyphoto.blogspot.com/2009/05/ok.html

Jackie said...

What stunning churches! Maybe you know that north-western Romania also has lots of wooden churches. I'm amazed they manage to last so long!