Gronowo is a village located 16km north-east from Toruń, in the district of Lubicz. Gronowo was first mentioned in documents in 1412. Within the entire period of its existence, the village changed its owners many times: in 1407 it was registered as property of the commandery in Toruń, and since 1520 it has been owned by the city council in Toruń.
This small place boasts two unique historic buildings, namely the Saint Nicholas Gothic church, initially erected as an aisleless church (single-nave). After suffering the damage inflicted during the Swedish invasion, it was restored and extended with a tower, around 1700, and with a chancel, which most likely happened in 1750. The other of the historic buildings worthy of your attention is the palace from 1918 founded by the Wolff family, which features a triangular driveway. In the vicinity of the palace, there is a landscape park established at the end of the 19th Century and the beginning of the 20th Century, where we can see as many as 23 tree species, including magnolias and silver maples, and many others.
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