Timber-frame churches of Kaszuby and Central Pomerania Region - Zabytek.pl
All churches included to the group feature half-timbered construction, comprised of wooden structural elements - posts, transoms, angle braces, and braces, creating a load-bearing frame of a building. Openings in the framework, or the infills, are currently mainly made of brick, and in a few cases there are still infills of the oldest type – made of clay. The infills are partially plastered and painted white. Sometimes the whole half-timbered structure is hidden beneath plaster or weatherboards. Towers of the churches are usually built using a different, post-and-frame structure covered with weatherboards. In some cases, half-timbered church naves were added to older Gothic towers of brick.