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The 19th century wooden roadside shrine

The 19th century wooden roadside shrine  of  log  structure , built on a plan similar to the square and closed in the triangle. It is distinguished by a three-storey roof, covered with sheets of  metal and topped with  the bulbous  turret. The original was moved to the Museum of Folk Construction in Sanok, and in its place (near the road towards the village of Olszanica) stands a replica.

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Modern tools to support the development of tourism for small tourist destinations in Poland (commune Olszanica) and Slovakia (period Svidnik). Microprojekt no .: INT/EK/KAR/1/I/A/0007