The magnificent palace in Łubie near Pyskowice is one of the many Upper Silesian remains left by the distinguished Scottish family of the Baildons. John Baildon - inventor and entrepreneur - was active in the first half of the nineteenth century. He laid foundation for the development of the Silesian iron metallurgy. His son, Arthur, built an Eclectic palace in Łubie. The palace is adorned with a four-column portico on the south side. Today, it houses a nursing home.