The church in Sulisławice was built in the second half of the 13th century. Around 1600 it was rebuilt and obtained its present shape. In the 17th and 18th centuries, renovations were made to change the interior design.
From the romanesque period survived the walls of the western part of the nave to a height of about 4 meters. It is not known how the original presbytery looked like. In the southern façade there is a late romanesque portal, ended with semicircular profiled archivolt. In turn, in the western wall is a semi-circular, former window opening. Today it is a building of a nave and an not separated chancel, ended with a straight wall. To the chancel adjoining the sacristy.
Świechowski Z., Katalog architektury romańskiej w Polsce, Warszawa 2009.
Website zabytkowekoscioly.net, Sulisławice, kościół Narodzenia NMP.