Północna 22a, Lublin, Lubelskie, Poland • http://www.poland.travel
Meet Locals and Find Travel Companions
Planning a trip? Send an Inquiry
Do you know about this place?Ambassadors Make me one
This Manor house, located in a Czechówka Valley, is the only baroque monument that survived in Lublin. This multi-storey manor house was biuld in the first half of the 17th century. It was owned by Grojarski's family but according to other sources Rafał Leszczyński owned a manor house and a chapel, which were ment to be situated at this place. The present manor house is located on the old foundation, which is proved by an archeological monuments found there.
- The former palace surrounded by trees, located in the centre of Lublin is thought to be the most…
- The old Russian State Bank renders the spirit of the period perfectly - it transforms the austere…
- The building was constructed in the years 1899-1900, in just 17 months, for the Commercial…