Assumption of Mary Church in Łabędy
In this church erected in the 15th century you can admire late medieval Gothic vaults to this very day. In the period 1716-1719 the temple was extended upon the initiative of Hans Bernhard von Welczeck. A stone coat of arms of this house is situated above the main entrance, the house of von Welczeck is also commemorated in an inscription on the baptismal font located near the family tomb.
A triangular closed presbytery of the church faces the east. It is a single-nave building with an annex. Above the main entrance in a niche there is a stone statue of Immaculate Virgin Mary from the 18th century.