Lubień Kujawski is a small town located in Włocławek Poviat, by Lake Lubie. The town was founded in the Middle Ages, most likely during the reign of King Casimir III the Great.
The oldest document to mention the town of Lubień Kujawski is the one granting the rights to organise two fairs, issued by King Sigismund I the Old. Throughout its history, the town would go from hand to hand. In 1613, the town was granted its municipal rights by King Sigismund III Vasa.
Among the most important historic monuments, there are the Neo-Romanesque Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus erected in the years 1884-1886, a manor complex comprised of a wood and brick manor house dating back to the end of the 18th Century, and a park dating back to the end of the 19th Century, a fortified manor house dating back to the end of the 14th Century and the beginning of the 15th Century, as well as a school building designed by architect Jan Szperling during the interwar period (today, it serves as a public library).
Lubień Kujawski was chosen as the location to film ‘Regulamin z bidula’ directed by Leszek Ciechoński.