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Did you know that in ancient times there was no seating in the church?
Yes, it is true. There was no church furniture and people had to stand during the whole mass. The believers were not tied to any position and moved freely around the church. So, when did pews first appear in churches? Since the history of sitting in churches is more complex, we will bring this topic to you in more detail in the following article.
Are church pews comfortable?
Church pews have been an inherent part of the church interior for millennia. Their uniqueness puts the finishing touches to the overall atmosphere of the church. By using modern materials, the pews are much more comfortable than before. They are made of high-quality natural wood, which is characterized by high resistance, hardness and long durability.
Church pew from its beginnings to the present
Church pew from its beginnings to the present Not all benches and pews are the same. Looking back to the past, the production of pews for churches was approached particularly consistently, even meticulously. The majestic seats with high backrests and sides, which separated the visitors of the church from the outside world, gradually developed into an open, minimalist and comfortable seating.