Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary Grobla
The church in Grobla was built at the beginning of the 20th century (1906–1909) in the neo-Gothic style.
The temple is made of bricks, it has one nave. A tall tower rises in the front. The crossing of the naves is crowned with a neo-Gothic ave-bell turret. Between the buttresses adjacent to the walls you can admire ogival windows. The interior is decorated with a polychromy from 1937. An interesting element of the interior is a stained-glass window made in 1909 at the S.G. Żeleński plant in Kraków. It presents the scene of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The church interior – altars, pulpit, benches, stone baptismal font, is neo-Gothic like the building itself, it comes from the beginning of the 20th century.