Orangery, an element of the Palace in the Zatonie Prince Park, Zielona Góra district. Built in 1842, during the reconstruction of the Palace. The complex…

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The Palace on the Water. 1 Agrykola Street. The Classicist palace in Lazienki Krolewskie Park. It is located on the island. The end of the…

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Palace in Wilanów, Warsaw. Baroque style – the royal palace and garden have remained unchanged despite partitions, wars and occupations. Built in 1681-1696 for King…

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Palace of Israel Poznański, ul. Ogrodowa 15 in Łódź. A neo-baroque factory palace from the 19th century, called the Łódź Louvre. In 1877, Izrael Poznański…

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Lloyd’s Palace. 17 Grodzka Street. Erected between 1885 and 1886 by Captain Otto Liedtke. Made of brick on a square-shaped plan in the style of Dutch Mannerism. Various architectural details on the facades.

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Wedding Palace (Guest Palace of the Branicki Family). 6 Kilińskiego Street. Built in the middle of the 17th century in the Baroque style, probably based on a design by Jan Zygmunt Deybel. Burned in 1944, rebuilt in 1950 to house the Revolutionary Movement Museum.Currently, the Registry Office is located there.

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Branicki Family Palace. One of the best preserved magnate residences of the Saxon era in the territory of the former Republic of Poland. Commonly known as “Versailles of Podlasie” or “Polish Versailles”. It’s origins date back to the 16th century. Reconstructed in late Baroque style, destroyed in 1944, rebuilt between 1946 and 1960.The Palace is part of the castle-park complex, which also includes a French and an English garden.

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