Wilanów Palace

Eastern Facade Royal Gardens Ancient Motifs


Built in the end of the 17th century, Wilanów Palace is a baroque suburban residence in Warsaw, Poland. Ancient symbols in the façade and in the palace interiors glorify the first owner, King John III Sobieski and his military triumphs. After king’s death palace was owned my many Polish magnate families, finally to become the first museum in Poland in 1805. Wilanów Palace survived both World Wars and was not demolished after Warsaw Uprising.

Récamier Dome Ceiling #1 Dome Ceiling #2 Chinese Room The North Wing