CUPA PIZARRAS natural slate restores the Corpus Christi Church in Czech Republic
CUPA PIZARRAS covers the Corpus Christi Church (Kostel Božího Těla) located in Bohemia (Czech Republic). The roof, a surface of 300 square meters, was restored by our CUPA 5 natural slate, highlighting the handsome chateau-like building.
CUPA 5 NATURAL SLATE FOR HERITAGE PROJECTS
CUPA 5 natural slate is a pale grey slate with a riven surface, which can lend itself to modern architecture and heritage projects.
Split into an average thickness of 5 mm and between 7-8 mm for the Heavy variant, our natural slate has been tested in compliance with European Standards.
Our natural slate is available in a variety of formats such as square, rectangular, half moon, scallop, schuppen, spitzort, spitzwinkel, rounded and rustic.
CUPA 5 natural slate is the perfect choice for the roofing material of this 14th century church.
A NATIONAL CULTURAL MONUMENT
Originally a Gothic church, the building was destroyed in the 19th century. After its restoration, the temple contrasts with the region's rural Bohemian religious architecture. It consists of a rectangular chancel and a larger rectangular nave, a square tower and narrow windows.
From 2005, the church is under the administration of the Roman Catholic Parish in Cologne.
Nowadays, the Corpus Christi Church is registered in the Central List of Cultural Monuments in the Czech Republic.