At first it comprised two settlements that belonged to the Teutonic Commandry of Gdańsk. Koesslin, established in 1353, and Jetlun were separated by the Motława, and only since the 17th Century have they constituted a single administrative body.
On visiting the village, it is worth entering the Our Lady of the Rosary Church, which was built here in the 14th Century. It was later extended with a nave and a front tower. Passing through the main entrance you should look up to see the historic coat of arms of Gdańsk from 1686. The majority of the interior furnishings have been preserved. Specimens of Gdańsk woodcarving and the black oak pulpit from 1694 are of particular value and merit.
Foto: M.Bieliński, Dep. Turystyki,UMWP