The palace in Wolbórz is one of the most magnificent late Baroque residences in Poland. The construction of the new seat began in 1768, and the originator of the project was Bishop Antoni Ostrowski. The palace is a two-story building erected on a rectangular plan. The palace complex also includes two outbuildings, outbuildings and a baroque park with a garden ground floor and terraces and a long canal on the axis.

Since 1967, the former residence of the bishops of Kuyavia has been the seat of the Agricultural School Complex, Center for Continuing Education in Wolbórz.

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