Church of St. Wenceslas in Kupichev, Volyn

Catholic Church of the Czech community, now inactive. Built in 1907-1911, in 1912 it opened its doors to parishioners.
Brick was bought for construction by the Pole Sigmund Khmelevsky, a landowner from the village of Nyry. Waclaw Pomorski аinancially supported the construction.
The parish was founded in 1928, separated from the Kisielin parish, and had 2140 parishioners, mainly Czechs.
Now there is a utility room.
Partially preserved metrical books of marriage of this church (1929-1936), stored in the Central Archives of Historical Records in Warsaw.

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