The former chapel of the Rosary on the top of the hill towering over Czernichów and its environs. It is considered one of the most interesting examples of Baroque chapels in Poland. The chapel’s limestone walls are on a regular octagonal plan. The chapel interior has Littre more than some pilaster (without capitals) and a simple profiled base. Once a small vestry adjoined the eastern part of the chapel, but it was pulled down in the 19th century.