Polish palace restored to former glory

Palace of the Raczynski family in Rogalin, Poland.

Palace of the Raczynski family in Rogalin, Poland. Image by Jarek Zok / CC BY 2.0

Rogalin Palace in Wielkopolska, western Poland, is set to open to the public on the 16th of June, following a PLN 54 million renovation project which began in 2007. Built between 1768 and 1776, the palace is considered to be the finest example of Baroque architecture in the country, and has been managed by the Poznań branch of the National Museum since 1949. Read more: thenews.pl

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