The wooden Corpus Christi church in the village of Třinec-Guty, nestled in the Cieszyn Silesia region that today borders Poland, stood on the site for more than 450 years. The beloved national cultural monument, a site of pilgrimage for believers and nature-lovers alike, was burnt to the ground one August night three years ago, in a deliberate act of arson. While the diocese immediately vowed to rebuild, getting the necessary permits proved difficult. Only now is a replica of the 16th century house of worship rising, like a proverbial phoenix from the ashes.


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