Przebendowski Radziwillow Palace in City Centre of Warsaw

 

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Plac Teatralny
Palace was built in 1728 to a design by Jan Zygmunt Deybel. This late-baroque three-storey palace is easily recognizable for its oval shape of the frontal part. It used to stand in narrow shopping street but after East – West route was constructed in 1949 it became surrounded by major traffic artery.


At the beginning of 20thcentury palace was bought by the Radziwill family, after the World War 2 it was rebuilt to house the Lenin Museum and finally since 1990 it has been the Museum of Independce. It houses today documents relating to history of Poland.



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