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Holy church st. Peter and Paul in Morag - the Gothic parish church in Morag, the raised into XIV century.
Parish church in Morag behaved in the form which was granted him during anchormen in the XVIII century. It is single-nave building with the distinguished chancel. On his side walls he survived the team of medieval figurative paintings with stages of Adoration of the Lamb, crucifying and Apostles. A few gravestones of family members are also in a chancel Dohn, of the deceaseds in the XVI century. The high altar dates from 1690 and was made by the Nuernberg artist of the woodcarver of Gellert which for the church also made the baptistery, destroyed during the World War II (survived only fragments). On the side wall of the church a fourteenth-century mystical crucifix of preternatural sizes is hanging. Side altars, damaged during the World War II, were restored after 1945.
See WS.
Unfortunately in day of my visit in city church was closed.

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