Radaxdorf from the north, which can be reached by following the track that led from the main road to the Schonberg monument.
Old buildings in Radaxdorf. Here you can the red brick construction, distinctive of Silesian buildings at the time, where the outer layers have worn away.
Another view of the buildings of Sagschutz, the position of the Wurttemburger's on the Austrian left.
Old brick-built barn in Sagschutz.
The open ground the Prussians moved across towards Leuthen, after demolishing the weak left of the Austrian army.
A monument dedicated to 'the heroes of the battle of Leuthen', said to be located at the point where the Prussian Guards entered the churchyard through a breach created by a cannon. A romaticised depiction of the event by Carl Rochling can be seen below.