village in Pałuki is world famous for its archaeological site and a life-size model of an Iron Age fortified settlement.
It belongs to the Biskupin group of the Lusatian culture (lasting from ca. 1400 - 500 BC).
The place is the subject of archaeological research, and is open to public.
In this extremely popular place, visitors can witness how people led their lives many years ago and admire technically advanced solutions of this settlement once situated on the island on Biskupin Lake and inhabited by 700-1000 people.
Bulwarks, gates, breakwaters, houses and streets have been reconstructed in the tiniest details.
Next to the archaeological site there's a museum displaying local discoveries original wooden elements, tools, decorations, weapon and fragments of dishes.
Biskupin is a host of extremely popular Archaeological Fest, which takes place yearly at the third weekend of September.