Wilanow Palace in Warsaw

A week ago I’ve been in Warsaw on my way from Wroclaw to Minsk. After the walking part, I’ve visited a Wilanow Palace. It is considered one of Poland’s most important monuments. This place survived all the Poland’s partitions and both World Wars. The district, where the palace is located is called Wilanow. Of course, I couldn’t stop myself from taking a photo of this gorgeous (for me) post office in Wilanow. It is located quite near from the palace. IMG_3403The palace is surrounded by the churches and the rest of religious stuff. IMG_3406 IMG_3408And somewhere you can find statues. IMG_3407The palace itself. IMG_3411 IMG_3413The cashier was so kind that she accepted my student’s ID card, even though it was completely in Russian. Inside, you’ll need about a hour to watch anything. As any historical place, this one has a specific charm, as well. IMG_3416 IMG_3419 IMG_3420 IMG_3422 IMG_3444 IMG_3446Outside, there’s a nice garden. It was March, so there were not so much flowers. IMG_3444 IMG_3446

There’s also a garden, though it doesn’t look very special in the end of March.

IMG_3458 IMG_3459 IMG_3461 IMG_3464 IMG_3468 IMG_3469After the second World War, the most part of historical places in Poland was destroued. But Poles do their best in restoration. IMG_3466

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