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Wilanow: It was a residence of...
Wilanow: It was a residence of Jan Sobieski III- one of the most famous polish kings, who's defeted the Turks in Vienna in 1863 and set a large part of Europe free from the Turkish occupancy. You can enter the palace to see the apartments, also go and walk around the gardens- they are really beautiful...
Beautiful park - the castle was meant to be a 'Polish Versailles'. The Polish kings didn´ t get much opportunity to enjoy it due to the partitions and the loss of national independence in 18th century. There is, however, a gallery of those who were fortunate enough to reign before
There are some magnificent gardens to wander around.Wilanow Palace has been both a museum and a residence of the guests of the Polish state.
There is a fantastic poster muesum to be found here.
The river at Wilanow
The river at Wilanow is a perfect place to spend a few hours relaxing and maybe having a picnic. It is a beautiful spot in which to escape the hussle and bustle of the city.
Gardens of Wilanow
There are beautiful gardens within the grounds of Wilanow to wander around in. There is a beautiful Japanese pagoda.
Sobieski chose this palace as his summer residence. It reminds very much to the french Versailles.
Nowadays you can visit the gorgeous halls in this baroque palace.
Palac w Wilanowie or Wilanow...
Palac w Wilanowie or Wilanow Palace.
Wilanow Palace and its gardens are striking. Both were commissioned by king Jan Sobieski as his summer residence. Pay attention to the detail!
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