"Wilanow" Wilanow Tip by ania70pl

Wilanow, Warsaw: 37 reviews and 71 photos


This palace was the summer residence of the King Jan III Sobieski. Its primary construction was based on Italian village and its first name "Villa Nova" origins present name of Wilanow. After death of Jan III Sobieski, the palace became a residence for many famous Polish aristocratic families and was rebuilt and reconstructed many times. After the Second World War it was carefully renovated and become a museum. On the palace walls you can see portraits that present a majestic picture of the monarch. The residence is surrounded by a vast park. A magnificent collection of posters can be admired in the Poster Museum.

Address: S. Kostki Potockiego St. 10/16 Warsaw-Wilanow
Phone: +48 22 842 81 01
Website: http://www.wilanow-palac.art.pl

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  • Updated Sep 16, 2003
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