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Old February 11th, 2015, 03:00 PM   #341
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Primate's Palace in Skierniewice, Skierniewice County, Łódzkie Voivodeship



Skierniewice Palace was built in the years 1609-1619 at the request of Archbishop Wojciech Baranowski. It served as the residence of the bishops of Gniezno. The palace is built in the Renaissance style, around it there are outbuildings, park and conservatory.
In 1762, the palace was rebuilt in the late Baroque style, designed by Ephraim Schroeger. Rebuilt Italian garden was also located around the building. Added to the artificial elements such as waterfalls, caves, and gazebos. In the years 1779-1780 was built a magnificent palace gate to the shape of the arch with two semicircular wings with porticoes, falling guardhouse.
Primates living in the palace ruled the country in the absence of the king, as well as during the interregnum. It is here that there have been lots of important decisions for the country. The palace also held meetings of bishops, magnates and gentry.
During the partitions in 1820 Tsar Alexander gave Skierniewice together with the palace to his brother Grand Duke Constantine. After his death, these lands passed into the possession of his wife Joanna Grudzińska.
In the nineteenth century, the palace once again, this time it was rebuilt in neo-Renaissance style.
Shortly after World War I in the palace was located School of Warsaw Agricultural University. The experimental station was established here: Department of Vegetable Crops, dormitories for students and Regional Museum of Natural History.
In 1951, the building was located in the Research Institute of Pomology, which today is called the Institute of Pomology and Floriculture. In 1964, the Institute of Vegetable Crops built here, which is located here until dzisiejszego.W same period restored mansion features of the late baroque. Portico was demolished and a cartouche and changed the appearance of the façade.


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Old February 13th, 2015, 01:07 AM   #342
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Palace in Białaczów, Opoczno County, Łódzkie Voivodeship



The palace was built in the years 1797-1800, designed by Jakub Kubicki for Stanislaw Malachowski, the Great Sejm Marshal. General repairs were carried out in the 50s. and in the years 1966-1974. - Today it is home Nursing.


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Old February 22nd, 2015, 09:46 PM   #343
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Wielkopolski Palace, Pińczów County, Holy Cross Voivodeship



The building was built in the baroque-classicist style in the years 1773-1799 by the X Pińczow Ordinate Franciszek Wielopolski. It is assumed that it was designed by a famous architect of that era Jan Ferdynand Nax.

It is a building storeys, built on a rectangular wing at the corner of the north. Front façade and divided by a cordon cornice adorned with stucco reliefs depicting two scenes from mythology, pediment and coat of arms of the founder. Window frames decorated with stucco keystones and flower garlands. The interior of the palace was rebuilt in the nineteenth century.

In the southern part of the park at the palace is a late Renaissance garden pavilion at the end of the sixteenth century by Santi Gucci.




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Old February 23rd, 2015, 02:08 AM   #344
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Summary of Łódzkie and Holy Cross Voivodeships

It's all a few examples that I wanted to post it. The most important and best known were post earlier on the first pages of the thread as an example: Nieborów, Kurozwęki, Sandomierz, Kraków Bishops Palace in Kielce.

Traditionally, examples of others palaces from Commonwealth era that require renovation or restoration.
Łódzkie: Palace Ujazd Poddębice.
Holy Cross: Końskie, Modliszewice, Sobków, Krzyżtopór.

Moreover, in these provinces are other palaces of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
Łódzkie is by far the XIX and XX century palaces:Kaleń, Paprotnia, Ksawerów Palace, Piorunów, Chojnata, Bernacice (need restoration), Heinzl Palace, Biedermann Palace, Bartoszewice (need renovation), Walichnowy (need renovation) and Poznański Family Palaces in Łódź - Karol Poznański Palace, Maurycy Poznański Palace, Izrael Poznański Palace
Holy Cross: Włostów(need restoration), Chroberz, Łoniów.

A few examples of ruins of castles Holy Cross:Chęciny, Szydłów.

Next Silesian, Lesser Poland and Subcarpatian Voivodeships -->
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Old February 23rd, 2015, 04:43 PM   #345
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Mieroszewski Palace in Gzichów, Będzin County, Silesian Voivodeship



The palace was built by Kazimierz Mieroszewski in 1702. It is modeled on contemporary french palaces. In the 30s the nineteenth century Siemienski family took it over, then the family Mycielskis, and after the uprising of the palace came into the possession of the Silesian industrial tycoon - Christian Gustav Von Kramsta. Since 1890. Until the outbreak of World War II in 1939. Chateau was owned by the Society of Mines and Steelworks in Sosnowiec, were in the offices and homes of the Society administration. During World War II the palace took the company Sosnowitzer Bergwerks und Hutten AG. In 1945 was taken over by the Cooperative Agricultural who farmed there until the 50's. In connection with the preparation for the celebration of the 600th anniversary of the palace were partially Będzina maintenance. After its completion in 1958 was established here Dom Kultury which operated under the age of 70. From the mid-60s Directorate Museum in Bedzin together with the Provincial Conservator make efforts to change the start-stop function and maintenance of the entire palace and park. In march 1982 completed maintenance work. Today, the palace is part of the Muzeum Zagłębia. Inside there are archaeological, ethnographic and historical.

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Kozel-Paklyousky Palace, Homiel region, Belarus













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Liw castle

Liw Castle - Masovian Voivoideship
Crown of the Kingdom of Poland


Liw probably started as a gord guarding the ford across Liwiec river and the eastern borders of Duchy of Masovia, and the stronghold was moved from the original site to the area of the present castle, built in 1429, in the 13th century

Under the Masovian dukes the town was developing rapidly lying on the border with Grand Duchy of Lithuania, it became the capital of ziemia liwska ('Land of Liw'), a judicial center for the eastern Masovia region, it held a weekly Street market, and three times a year there was a fair there. It was finally incorporated into Crown of the Kingdom of Poland in 1537, upon the settlement between the last princes of Masovia Anna of Masovia and Polish king Sigismund I the Old.

The town continued its development and growth into the 17th century, when the wars, Deluge (history) and Great Northern War, brought a physical destruction and a serious decline to the municipality. It lost some of its importance to Węgrów but its final demise was brought by the Partitions of Poland as it was incorporated into the Austrian Partition, the Liw lost its judicial, administrative and economic importance, Austrians dissolved the administrative and territorial unit of ziemia liwska and moved the seat of administrative and judicial powers to Siedlce. In 1807 town became part of the Duchy of Warsaw, and already resembled more a large village than a town.











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Loshycky Palace, Minsk, Belarus

































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16 June the Palace of Rogalin, near Poznan, reopens after a 2.5 years long renovation which costed nearly 10 million euro.







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Near the palace the Mauzoleum of the Raczynski family was built. The last owner of the estate was count Edward Bernard Raczyński, President of Poland in exile in the 80s. He is buried there too.



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That wooden interior is gorgeous!
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Przędzielnica - Crown of the Kingdom of Poland, now Ukraine



Palace in Przędzielnica was founded by Marcin Krasicki (1574-1631), Rogala coat of arms. The village was given to the Carmelites in 1690.






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Rudniki (Rudniki Lackie), now Ukraine

Palace in Rudniki was built by Antoni Strachocki (1776-1850) according to Fryderyk Bauman's plans.






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Hello,

maybe someone can help me with finding of one castle.
Im saw it long time ago on Polish Railways advertisement. It looks like castle on rock hill in middle of river, with few courtyars, each one is little higher than the previous...
Im think it can be in actual or historic polish territory.
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Hello,

maybe someone can help me with finding of one castle.
Im saw it long time ago on Polish Railways advertisement. It looks like castle on rock hill in middle of river, with few courtyars, each one is little higher than the previous...
Im think it can be in actual or historic polish territory.
This could be a Zamek Niedzica, Zamek Książ, Zamek Tropsztyn, Zamek Czocha.
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Palace in Kupiel (built in 1787), now Ukraine





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Palace in Mosarz (built by Anna and Robert Brzostowski between 1775 and 1790), now Belarus




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Baworowscy Library in Lwow (now Lviv)




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Reconstruction of the castle in Laszki Murowane (now Ukraine), owned by the Mniszech family since 1592


Jerzy Mniszech and his daughter, Marianna Mniszech (a Polish noblewoman, a Tsaritsa of Russia and a prominent warlord during Russia's Time of Troubles)








A letter from Marianna Mniszech to her father (in Polish, sent in 1609)

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