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I begin with Poland:
Teresin:


Branickich:


Wilanow:


Cetuń:

Belweder:


(I believe it was Missy Elliot that rapped about Belweder Vodka in one of here songs ;) http://www.belvederevodka.com/main.htm)
Kozłówka:


Brzezie:

(Looks English, doesn't it ;))
Maciejewo:

Mierzęcin:

Palace Ossolińskich:

Pałac Poznańskiego:

Sokolnik:

Sorkwity:

More to come I bet! :D
 

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Palaces of Ukraine
I couldn't find any in Eastern Ukraine, so if anyone knows of any feel free to show them.

Also spellings are questionable... depending on the sites I got the pics from.

Massandra Palace in Crimea:








Alupkinsky Palace in Crimea:








Livadia Palace in Crimea:











Maryinsky Palace in Kyiv:











Pototsky Palace in L'viv(recently renovated in 2003):






Palace of Science in L'viv:
(It used to be owned by wealthy people, but now it is a house of the scientists)





The interior of this place is amazing :drool:






 

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lots of palace and manor in lithuania, but only few of them are in good shape, most of them are abandoned and need lots of $

Rokishkis palace and buildings of it
main building


and others



Plinkiskes palace


palangos manor




 

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Latvia has more than 800 structures named "palaces" but of course, not all look like real palaces. Still - quite many are fine.
Jelgava:



Rundale:






Mezotne:



Jaunmokas:

Durbe:

Remte:

Dikli:

Sigulda New palace:



Cesvaine (burned down, now reconstructed):

Birini:

Cirava:


and many many more
 

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Some more from Lithuania.
Lentvario palace:




Panemunio palace:


Trakų vokės palace:


Vyžulenų palace:


Apytalaukio palace:


Ch. Frenkelio palace, Siauliai. Sorry for small image:


It's sad but there are quite many palaces who look like this in Lithuania (although it's old photo, maybe it looks different now?):
Antalina palace:


Palace of Baisiogala (it's in b&w because I found only very small colourful photo):




Palace of Plungė:


And as Gatis said: "and many many more" ;)
 

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I don't know of this would be considered a palace, but it's called a castle.

Castle of Richard the Lion Heart in Kyiv






 

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Nate, eastern Ukraine also has palaces ;)

Sicheslav/Dnipropetrovs'k









 

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Southern Crimea has subtropical climate and there are natural palms there.
 
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