I suppose it was a beautiful town before the war. Unluckilly, it got destroyed in 60% and was never rebuilt in its former shape. Socialist blocks were put all over it. Today we can see some modest attempts to bring the town`s architecture back to some esthetic harmony, but it will take decades to make it nice again.
Człuchów hosts the remains of the Teutonic Knights castle, the second biggest castle after Malbork. Only a tower and some parts of defence walls have survived till our times. In 1990s we climbed the tower, I must try to dig for photos one day. Today the access is blocked, the run some renovation there. The church was added to the tower in 19 century.
An evangelical cemetary was located within the perimeter of the castle. Now it`s gone. What happened? Easy to guess. It was levelled to the ground by Poles who took this land over after Germans lost the war they had started.
Another German cemetery was here. The memorial plaque behind the WW2 victory monument marks the site.