Palace in Wilanow

Wilanów is a beautiful historic district which in the past belonged to the Polish king, John III Sobieski, where he built his amazing summer residence, Wilanów Palace. The baroque-style palace from the end of the 17th century, often called the "Polish Versailles", is surrounded by a wonderful park with a lake and many attractive monuments of great historic value. It is one of the most precious historic monuments of Polish culture, as it is a unique combination of European art and old Polish tradition. It marks the final point on the historical Royal Route, route of Polish kings’ summer residences.


However, Wilanów is not only history and nature. It is also the home of one of the most modern residential districts in Europe, called Miasteczko Wilanów, as well as the National Temple of Divine Providence, which is currently being built and whose plans have existed for over 200 years. Another curiosity is the Museum of Posters which is probably the only such museum in Europe.

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