Church of St. Peter and Paul
The Church of the Saints Peter and
Paul (Kościół św. Piotra i św. Pawła) was built
on the place where already in the 12th century a wooden church was
erected as part of the Christianization by bishop Otto von
In the period 1425-1440 the wooden church was replaced by a stone gothic contruction, which has been extended in the following centuries. After the church was largely destroyed in the 1677 siege, only one nave was reconstructed.
Especially noteworthy in this small hall church is the richly decorated 17th century wooden ceiling.
Plac Świętych Piotra i Pawła 4