The wooden Gothic church of All Saints in Blizne was built in the mid-1400s. The church along with the presbytery complex from the 18th -19th centuries is one of the oldest facilities of wooden religious architecture in Poland. The interior of the church consists of a vestibule, square nave and chancel. The chancel is adorned with ornamental and figurative polychromes from 1550, 1649 and 1700. Other church features include a late Renaissance ambo from 1604, high altar from 1700, two late Baroque side altars from the 17th century and a baptismal font from the first half of the 18th century. The church lies on the Wooden Architecture Route of the Podkarpackie Region (Trail no. 1 – Krosno -Brzozów area). In 2003 the church was entered onto the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Places worth seeing nearby
- Artificial lake in Blizne,
- Old manorial park in Jasienica Rosielna,
- Mount of St. Michael with a 19th century shrine,
- Połom Hill with a shrine of Saints Peter and Paul from 1819.