The ruins of a Protestant church in Rywałd

In the 19th century, Rywałd was a village inhabited by people of various nationalities and religions. Therefore, a Protestant church was built then. It is an oriented building, made of brick on a stone foundation. The interior of the church consists of a hall corpus with a five-sided apse and a storied northern nave with an adjacent staircase on the west. The church building was connected to the pastor’s house. The gable roof was covered with tiles, lowered on the apse. After 1945, when the faithful left these areas, the church lost its significance and fell into ruin. In the following years, our country organized a grain collection center inside the walls of this temple, which led to its complete ruin.