The garrison church was built in 1894-97. Originally it served Protestant soldiers stationed in the fortress of Toruń.
The castle was erected in 1425 upon the order of king Władysław Jagiełło. It was situated on the left bank of Vistula River, opposite Teutonic Order-governed Toruń.
The church was built in the years 1902-1904. The building was erected in the neo-Gothic style for the Evangelical Reformed church founded in 1676.
The Orthodox church is housed in a converted wooden building of the former Evangelical Lutheran church, built in 1888.
This magnificent gothic house is considered to be the birthplace of Nicholas Copernicus.