It was first mentioned in a written document in 1447. First wooden church in the village was built in 1722. New church was built in 1817 and then renovated in 1860. During so-called "hungry years" of 1848-1849, only two families are reported to survive the hunger.
There was a border crossing on the Olza River in the village in the past.
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