Monthly Archive for: ‘January, 2015’



Radziejowice is a village 40 kilometres south west of Warsaw. Radziejowice palace is a complex of classical residences surrounded by a park. Since 1965 the complex has performed the function of a cultural centre, including fine arts. The palace and park complex include: a classical palace, Gothic Castle, Larch Manor, Swiss Cottage, a former blacksmith’s shop, and several hectare park …

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Sanok Falk Architecture Musem

The Museum of Folk Architecture in Sanok, also known as the Ethnographic Park, is the first and the largest open-air museums in Poland. On display here are examples of architecture from the Russo-Polish border, that is in the south-eastern regions of today’s Poland: Bieszczady Mountains, Low Beskids, the Jasło and Sanok Dales, Ciężkowice and Dynów Foothills, as well as parts …

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Lublin is a thriving city with plenty of historical building, yet also some new, well design architecture. Krakowskie Przedmiescie, the representative street of Lublin, is the favourite place for entertainment for the town’s inhabitants and visitors. There are many coffee shops, artistic basement bars and restaurants to choose from. The first permanent settlements on the future site of Lublin were …

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