Near Monuments

1. The Catholic Church of the Transfiguration of the Lord in Mielno (XV century)
The church was founded on a small hill, around which there are traces of moats and battlements. In the old days, apart from the sacred function, it also served the purpose of defense, and even before then, the hill itself was supposedly a pagan place of worship.

2. Assumption of the Holy Virgin Mary Church in Sarbinów
The church was built of red brick in 1856 in the neo-gothic style, with a high tower in the shape of an octagon, not on top of the church but next to it. The only mobile monuments in the church are the baroque candlesticks and a stoop coming from the construction period.

3. The church in Iwięcin from the XIV century
The Mother of God, Queen of Poland Church was built of bricks and field stones in the middle of the XIV century, in the Pomeranian gothic style. The massive tower on the rectangular layout is covered with shingle, it is buttressed at the corners. The restored polychromy of the ceiling, presenting the Last Judgement, made in 1697 on the commission of minister Malichius, inspires admiration. One element of the gothic furnishings is the bell from 1417 which is not in use anymore.

4. The XIV century Church in Sucha Koszalińska
The gothic Exaltation of the Holy Cross Church was erected in the XIV century from red brick in the Wendish and Gothic wall. In order to build the lower part of the church random boulders were used. The temple is oriented and does not have a separate chancel.

5. St. Antoni Padewski Church in Osieki
The gothic parish church built in the XIV/XV century. It is a three-nave temple built of bricks on a foundation made of field stones. Three mill stones were built in symmetrically in the elevation of the tower as a symbol of affluence. The font with paintings representing Jesus Christ, John the Baptist and four Apostles comes from the second half of the XVII century. A wooden pulpit with a sculpture of Christ and a canopy comes from the first half of the XVIII century, whereas the candlesticks are from the years 1722 and 1731.

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