Zamkowa 1, Sucha Beskidzka, Małopolskie, Poland • http://www.poland.travel
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This renaissance castle is often called “Little Wawel” The galleried arcades of the castle, imitating the galleries of Wawel, were added in 1614 by Piotr Komorowski to the extant 16th century renaissance manor of Kasper Suski. The Wielopolski, Branicki, and Tarnowski families who were the subsequent owners of Sucha carried out alterations to the castle many times but always left the arcaded courtyard intact. The residence was spared hostile army invasions and other disasters and today after a painstaking renovation it houses the Local Community Centre and hotel and restaurant . The historical building is surrounded by a park with a neo-gothic orangery and the Gardeners House in which is located the Regional Association of Sucha Beskidzka.
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