After leaving Żabno, the trail reaches Manieczki - the owner of the local estate was Józef Wybicki, the author of the words of the Polish national anthem. He also founded the local Classicist church. In Błociszew we pass the column of St. Roch, depicted in a pilgrim costume. The main attractions of Rąbinia are grouped around a Gothic church (with later Baroque decor) from the second half of the 15th century. In the neighboring cemetery there is a necropolis of the Chłapowski family deserved for Greater Poland. At the railroad crossing in Bieżyno there is the Krzywińska Handcar Railway stop. The goal - and one of the most important buildings of the Greater Poland Way of St.James - of today's stage is the Benedictine abbey in Lubiń. Dating back to the 12th century, it is one of three active Benedictine monasteries in Poland (the others are Tyniec near Kraków and Biskupów near Nysa). Next to it is the parish church of St. Leonard - one of the most valuable monuments of Romanesque art in Greater Poland.