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Attraction and landmark historic house is an arcade of 1792. It's best known historic property within the municipality. The pride of the house are three main peaks filled with rich skeletal little bricks, so. Dutch style. Its canopy is supported by seven pillars. Baroque entrance hall leads to the door. The interior layout, with minor changes, is original. Another decorative element are two huge chestnut trees on both sides of the arcades.
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The half-timbered house was built in 1731. The arcade was supported by eight pillars supporting the floor with decorative half-timbered elevation, giving it characteristic features of buildings belonging to settler olęders. The number of pillars in the arcade could range from four to even nine pieces, indicating the wealth of the owner, specifically the area of land owned counted in włóki. Above the door to the hall, the initials of the owners and the year of construction were carved. In the hall, you can see a decorative, wooden gallery that leads to the rooms upstairs. At the beginning of the 19th century, the wooden walls of the house were replaced with brick walls, filled with small bricks (so-called "holenderka"), and plastered. The renovated monument is part of a series of activities aimed at revitalizing the Mennonite Trail, running from Gdańsk through the Vistula Delta.
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A wooden residential house from the early 19th century, located at 27 Gdańska Street, featuring a facade. It is a structure standing on a tall, stone-brick foundation, with vertically boarded gables. The building is adorned with carved doors, window frames, and a profiled cornice.
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Icebreaker fleet base used for breaking ice on the Vistula Spit section from Przegalina to the mouth in Świbno.
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Made in 1792 by James Jentzna, was founded by the mayor of the Dziewiec Wlok. Belfry is a wooden structure, covered with boards. Semicircular gate openings have double doors. Floor is covered with a hipped roof surmounted by a spire. Belfry is in place does not exist Gothic church and adjacent to the cemetery. By decision of 27 October 1973 entered the bell tower as a monument. The building was renovated in 2006.
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In the late 90-ies of XX century, in the center of Koszwały, the site of the former Lutheran church stood a sacred object stylized Gothic features. On the outer walls of the church created lapidary 5 historic gravestones that were accidentally discovered in 1998 Boards of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries were then placed in the floor of the Lutheran church, the vaults wealthiest farmers. For each of them there is a plaque indicating the family to which they belonged record who rests in the crypt, and when he died.
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Former inhabitants in Koszwały were wealthy people. One of the manifestations of their wealth, the houses are arcaded stone tombstones from the XVI - XVIII centuries. Once they covered the inside of the richest tombs host family in the village. These plates proved no less than those at the same time ordered for themselves middle-class burghers of Gdańsk. Differs from it only those that placed the family coat of arms instead of their characters on the ownership of their farms or decorative initials. At the turn of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries for health reasons abandoned burial of the dead in their tombs inside the church. Probably non-existent during the renovation of the church in Koszwały found in the crypts and tombstones buried moved outside the temple. They were rediscovered in 1998 during the construction of the new church, and then subjected to maintenance and reconstruction.
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Portions of the sixteenth century the foundations of the evangelical church, which until 1954 was in Miłocin.
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