The Palace is one of the most beautiful monuments of the Polish Baroque architecture, a museum of interiors and a collection of European and Oriental art. Built in the second half of the 17th century, the Palace initially served as a summer Royal residence of one of the greatest Polish monarchs – King John III Sobieski. Decorativeness of both the facades and the luxurious – recently restored – interiors fully accords with the unspoiled beauty of its surrounding nature. The Wilanów Park embraces several types of historical gardens: Baroque, English-Chinese, landscape and the magical rose garden.
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