​The renovation of sacral historic objects of wooden architecture of Greater Poland – Chapter II

On 28th November 2016, the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland signed a contract with the Poznań Archdiocese providing said Archdiocese with co-funds for the project called “ The renovation of sacral historic objects of wooden architecture of Greater Poland – Chapter II”

(http://poiis.mkidn.gov.pl/wiadomosci/podpisanie-umowy-o-dofinansowanie-archidiecezja-poznanska).

The project is co-funded by the European Union with the resources of European Regional Development Fund as part of the Priority Axis VIII The Protection of Cultural Heritage and Development of Cultural Resources, Act 8.1 The Protection of Cultural Heritage and Development of Cultural Resources of the Operational Programme Infrastructure and Environment 2014-2020.

As part of the project, ten historic wooden churches of the Poznań Archdiocese have been given financial support.
The project is co-funded by the European Union with the European Regional Development fund.

Priority Axis VIII The Protection of Cultural Heritage and Development of Cultural Resources, Act 8.1 The Protection of Cultural Heritage and Development of Cultural Resources of the Operational Programme Infrastructure and Environment 2014-2020

“The renovation of sacral historic objects of wooden architecture of Greater Poland – Chapter II”

The main objective of the project is to protect the cultural heritage of ten historic wooden temples and their historic equipment with the preservative renovation works. The following churches have been included in the project:

  1. St Catherine’s Church in Bagrowo
  2. St Cross’s Church in Buk (renovation works of the exterior and preservation works of the interior)
  3. St Catherine and Immaculate Heart of Mary’s Church in Łęki Wielkie
  4. St Lawrence’s Church in Łomnica
  5. St Lawrence’s Church in Mączniki
  6. St Cross’s Church in Oborniki
  7. St Nicholas’s Church in Słopanowo
  8. St Clemens’s Church in Zakrzewo
  9. St Michael the Archangel’s Church in Domachowo (additional 3D Scanning)
  10. St Michael the Archangel’s Church in Jezierzyce Kościelne

After the closure of the project, the temples will become part of the Scenic Route of Wooden Temple Architecture of the Great Poland. Thanks to the cultural offer, a separate educational and cultural programme titled “The Tales of the Borers” will be conducted, involving events such as, regular concerts, musical and literature workshops and exhibitions.

The complete worth of the project: 12.236.149,91 pln
The co-funds provided by the European Union: 10.334.619,18 pln