During my stay in Warsaw, I visited the beautiful Wilanów Palace and gardens, located in the Wilanów District of the City of Warsaw. It was built in the 1600's as a royal residence for Polish King John III Sobieski and later enlarged by other owners. The palace is another one of Poland's official national Historic Monuments as it survived both world wars and now serves as a reminder of the culture of the Polish state before its misfortunes.
Uma bela reportagem fotográfica, gostei bastante.
Um abraço e boa semana.
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
This looks beautiful, almost like Vienna. Love your photos of this unkown city for me.
...gorgeous, gorgeous images of a gorgeous place on a gorgeous day!
that furniture is just stunning. hope you are not getting a lot of rain from left over Harvey, saw it on the radar
Great ! Wonderful images, Lois !
Hello, what a beautiful palace. I love the outdoor photos and a wonderful tour of the inside. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!
Amazing that such a huge building like the palace escaped the bombing Lois, you would think it's so big it would be hard to miss! So many ornate details here, it's fabulous inside and out!
What a grand palace, Lois. I love that ceiling!
What a gorgeous place to visit. That is quite a bed in one of the photos.
Some palace! That is stunning.
Your blog title threw me for a moment and I thought, "There's a palace in Tallahassee?" ...hahha
I'm so glad that it survived the wars! It's beautiful!
Stunning...inside and out!
Fabulous photos of this beautiful palace! So opulent!
Real elegance. I'm glad it is still there.
I love Wilanów Gardens.
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