The second most famous point on the map of the area is the wooden church of Wang. It is a Norwegian temple, erected by the Normans in Vang at the end of the 12th century. At the request of the Prussian king, it was disassembled and transported to Berlin, from where it finally ended up in Karpacz Górny. Since the mid-nineteenth century, the church, decorated with characteristic ornaments and runic characters, has served the local Evangelical-Augsburg parish. The temple is surrounded by a cemetery with tombstones, including Henryk Tomaszewski and Tadeusz Różewicz.