Saturday 1 June 2019


Bierawa is a small town in the south-eastern part of the Opolskie Voivodeship.

The main attraction is the parish church. St. Trinity. It was built in the style of the late Renaissance in 1562. Around 1614, enlarged by a tower covered with sgraffito decoration. Initially, it was a Protestant church, and from the seventeenth century, it is a Catholic church. From 1915 it is a parish church.

On the intersection of the Mickiewicza street and route 408 there is a small roadside chapel.

The parish church. St. Trinity
A sgraffito decoration
A chapel


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