Luberadz. A village on Łydy her, mentioned in 1239 r.
W XIX w. there was a distillery in the village, brewery, brickyard and tar factory.
Palace - one of the most interesting rural residences in Poland, situated on a river embankment, erected in 1789 r. according to the design. Hilary Szpilowski for Józef Dembowski, of the ensign of the land of Zawkrze. Then the palace belonged to the Zieliński family, Karski, Dzierżanowskie, Cybulski, Woldenbergów, Rozenzweig and Piechowski.
After World War II, it housed a school, and then the warehouse. Rebuilt in patches 1870-80 i ok. 1902 r. The building is in the style of classicism. Brick and plastered, two-story. It is built on the plan of two wings of different sizes connecting with each other at an obtuse angle. The front is facing south. zach. In the middle of the front elevation, a four-column one at the point where the wings are joined, pryścienny portyk joriski, topped with a triangular gable and a tympanum decorated with the owner's coat of arms and a decorative ornament. Rear elevation in the west wing. has a corner, two-story loggia. On the west side wall. there is a recessed portico, and on the eastern wall. second loggia. Inside, at the point of contact of the wings, on the first floor there is an oval ballroom with a dozen or so stucco mosaic semi-columns. In some rooms, the remnants of the old painting decorations have been preserved. In the dining room there were al fresco paintings depicting views of Warsaw's Łazienki Park and the monument of King Jan III Sobieski. The palace is surrounded by a landscape park shaped in 1 half. XIX w. with specimens of chestnut trees, hornbeams and limes as well as lines of spruce and hornbeam trees–lime tree. The park has a storehouse from the beginning of the 19th century.
On the road to Malużyn, two monumental oaks with trunks circumference 475 i 410 cm.
6 km to the north. zach. – Hammer. In the village there is a manor park from the 19th century. about the area 2 ha with specimens of old ash trees, spruce and oak trees and two ponds, as well as a natural monument – pedunculate oak "Stubborn Mazur" with a circumference of the trunk 817 cm, probably approx. 700 years (on the way to Ojrzeń, to the south. the edge of the village).