The estate was owned by the Oraczewski family. They founded a manor house in the early 19th century, which included a residential palace, outbuildings, a park and a chapel.
The park has survived to the present day in excellent condition – now developed in a modern way by the city as a place for walks for the inhabitants.
The preserved grange administrator’s villa was built in later times (1930s).
The neo-Gothic Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary chapel, built from local limestone, was destroyed during the upheaval of World War II. Currently in ruins (the outer walls with epitaphs of the Oraczewski and Wielopolski families remain), it is part of the Holy Cross Calvary arranged by the local parish church.
The manor complex is picturesquely incorporated into a bend of the Czarna Nida river, between a historic brick and stone mill and a reservoir on the Morawka river.
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