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Church Saint James in village Budziszewko - was situated on small eminence in western part of village, in vicinity of crossing of roads. Originally wooden, from 1960 r., after reconstruction, partly iron construction. About one nave from transept and somewhat narrower presbytery. From midnight and small sacristy noons were placed. Tower near nave from west is from porch. The entry to church be situated on axis of facade.
Copper sheet metal roofs be covered. The helmet about shape of swelling the octagonal turret from small bell be topped. They to more valuable elements of equipment belong: - main altar, baroque after half XVIIIw. from sculptures Saint Laurent and Saint Stanislau as well as Divine Mother's paintings with Baby and Saint James - side altar - right, rococo from third quarter XVIIIw. with crucified Christ, by sculpture the Mary and the Saint Mary Magdalene, - the side altar - trick, rococo, similarly dated, from painting of saint Catrin, figures of Saint Catrin and the unknown nun, in finial the painting the holy Anthony with Baby - near transept the painting holy Joseph, - the alabaster font, topped in shape of crown with covering from cross ( the XVIIIw.) Moreover: two confessionals from third quarter XVIIIw., organs from 1905r.

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