Krasna: kapliczki | Krasna: shrines

Tereny między Rzeszowem a Krosnem do lat 40-tych zamieszkiwała ludność pogranicza Polsko-Ukraińskiego, Zamieszańcy. Po ich przymusowym wysiedleniu ok. 1946 roku, wiele cerkwi i przydrożnych kapliczek “przeszło na rzymski katolicyzm”. Pozostałości tej kultury zachowały się jednak w napisach, głównie rytych cyrylicą. Między tym wszystkim wrasta też “nowoczesna”, Polska już estetyka.

Areas between Rzeszow and Krosno used to inhabited by Zamieszancy, a Rusyn minority living between Poland and Ukraine. After those were forcibly expelled around 1946, many Greek-catholic churches and wayside shrines were “converted” into Roman catholicism. The remains of that historical culture can, however, be found in inscriptions, mainly in Cyryllic script. Among them there are also traces of the “modern”, Polish, aesthetics.

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Maria Panna w okolicach Lutczy. | St. Mary in the Lutcza area.

Maria Panna w okolicach Lutczy. 1 maja. | St. Mary in the Lutcza area. May 1st.

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