In Nysa, there are quite a number of interesting sacral objects. The late Gothic church of St Jacob dates from the 15th century and was rebuilt after WW II. The 17th century bishop’s palace is housing a Regional Museum. 

The medieval urban layout of the city’s old town has been preserved. Many baroque and Renaissance houses in the market square and its neighborhood. The 1604 town weighhouse is a fine example of Dutch Renaissance. A baroque fountain decorated with dolphins and triton from 1701.

One side of the market square is occupied by the large stone cathedral (15th c.) with a fine double doorway. Worth a visit are also two baroque churches – SS Peter and Paul and Our Lady’s Assumption – and the 17th/ 18th century bishops’ palace.