Peace Church, Swidnica
Peach Church in Swidnica is the largest wooden sacral building in Europe. It was built in the second half of 17th century when as an effect of Westphalian agreement the Protestants from Swidnica can built the church. However, church had to be constructed of unstable materials without bell tower and out of city walls. Buildings enchants with the baroque architecture and interior. The exceptional attention has to be paid to the baroque decorations on the altar, pulpit, polychrome on the ceiling and even n the organ. Since 2001 church is on the UNESCO world list of monuments.