Roman Catholic Parsonage
The historic building, which dates to the first half of the 18th century, is the birthplace of the prominent writer Aleksander Glowacki, who was known and wrote under the pseudonym Boleslaw Prus. It was built as a wooden building, originally covered with shingles, with columns supporting a small terrace. A commemorative plaque, dedicated to the writer, was installed in the front elevation of the building today. Founded on the occasion of the 120th anniversary of Glowacki’s birth, it was financed by contributions from residents of the Hrubieszów area.
In the parsonage’s courtyard are antique shrines – of the Virgin Mary and a kneeling young girl dating to the 19th century.
Location: Park Miejski im. Solidarności, ul. 3 Maja 6A