Pałac Myślewicki
Pałac Myślewicki
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Roberts69
Northampton, UK18,288 contributions
Oct 2022
Entrance into the 'Myslewicki Palace' is included in the Admission Ticket to the Palace on the Isle. There are only a few rooms in this palace which contain the apartments of Prince Jozef Poniatowski. The rooms are colourfully decorated with the original polychrome ornamentation painted by Jan Bogumil Plersch. It is a pretty building but you are around it in about 10 miuntes.
Written 3 November 2022
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545medva
Budapest, Hungary3,972 contributions
Jun 2019 • Couples
Not far from the Palace on Island you can find this nice building. From outside it is ok, but inseide there is not too much to see.
Written 27 June 2019
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KGB777
Singapore, Singapore41,727 contributions
Apr 2019 • Friends
This is one of several attractive buildings located inside Lazienki Park. It's only a short walk from the Lazienki Palace on the island in the canals and is easily combined. In good condition and worth a quick walk past.
Written 16 June 2019
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TassieTravellers99
Launceston, Australia3,184 contributions
Apr 2019 • Couples
Located a short walk from the Palace on the Water is this small palace building. Whilst it is attractive from the outside we found the inside slightly empty and unfulfilling. Whilst some of the rooms had some relevant furnishing, most did not and there was an overload of plaster cast sculptures that were not originals. There was an impressive grandfather clock and a statue of a much younger Cronos. One of the few decent rooms was an attractive landscape room which featured a number of paintings we could relate to. Being followed room to room by security did not endear the place to us. Not a highlight of the park.
Written 28 May 2019
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Larnaca, Cyprus3,210 contributions
Jul 2018 • Friends
The form of the palace was interesting and the location; in the middle of the lazier like park. Beautiful place
Written 27 July 2018
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permia
Ireland40,829 contributions
Apr 2017 • Couples
This may be somewhat in the shadow of the Palace on the Water, but it would be a pity to miss out on a visit as it is a delightful attraction.

The facade is gorgeous and we saw it at its most illustrious on a grand sunny blue sky afternoon. The grounds are lovely and complement the palace.

Recently restored to its original grandeur, it was the official residence of the King's nephew, one Józef Poniatowski. His initials are to be seen over the entrance. It took its name from a then nearby village, no longer in existence.

The entrance is elegant and decorative with a pair of classical style sculptures facing each other. Many of the interior furnishings are original, having emerged from the war relatively unscathed.

The rooms are exceedingly attractive with varying levels of embellishment. Many fine paintings and sculptures are to admired. Some of the ceilings have delightful frescoes.

The dining room is a grand space and it has one the most magnificent collections of paintings in the palace. The bedroom is grand. Another fine room is that of the musical recitals. It was laid out with rows of chairs and a white piano was waiting for the player.
Written 13 May 2017
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TheShis
Tel Aviv, Israel39,612 contributions
Oct 2016 • Couples
This is a decent palace, located in Łazienki park.
unfortunately, there's not much to see inside. When we got in, the place was empty and a guard showed us out immediately.
Written 17 February 2017
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