Speaking about abandoned churches in Poland, there’s a real pearl hiding in a small village in southeastern part of the country. Despite being overtaken by decay it still impresses everyone who opens its old wooden doors.
The mentioned abandoned temple is Mother of God Care Greek Catholic church built in 1913. It’s a brick architecture crowned with impressive dome and surrounded by old cemetery. The church became abandoned after the displacement of Ukrainians living in the area and was used as a warehouse in 1947-1989.
The church is abandoned for a long time and almost empty, but despite that it’s still really impressive—there’s a stunning dome and quite well-preserved polychrome inside as well as other architectural elements which remained beautiful even decaying. All these taken together make this place simply breathtaking and difficult to leave once you’re there.