The present palace in Tworóg, which is a large communal village situated on the banks of the river Stoła amid the vast Lubliniec Forests, comes from the second half of the eighteenth century. It is a Classicist building. It was erected at the time, when the Collon family was the owners of Tworóg. After them, the palace belonged to the Renard family and later, to the Princes zu Hohenlohe Ingelfingen. At present, the palace houses offices of the communal authorities.