The church is located on the east side of the main road (662) through town; the section of the road that runs in front of the church is named Ulica Kościelna.
This is the view of the church from the road.
The current church, built between 1766 and 1823 in a neo-Classical style, was designed by royal architect Chrystian Piotr Aigner and Italian architect Henryk Marconi.
The altar was designed in the 19th c. Krakowian style. In addition, notice the balcony on the left side, where the Pac family would sit.
At the end of the smaller altar on the right wing of the church are two allegorical bas-reliefs, surrounding the 7th Station of the Cross. On the right relief is the profile of Ludwik Pac, along with the Pac family crest. (My Polish wasn't strong enough to understand the explanation of the allegory provided by the gentleman who gave a tour of the church.)
Notice the 1842 date carved in the base of this statue.
Consider that our ancestors from the late 19th century on almost certainly dipped their hands in this font on every entry and exit.
Facing the church building is this chapel.
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