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Castle in Janowiec

If you like unusual stories and places it is worth coming and visiting Castle in Janowiec.

Its last owner Leon Kozłowski in an unusual way could keep it as his property during the communist times in Poland. After 1945 all the castles, palaces or even bigger manor houses in Poland were nationalized. Even the family of the world renown Noble Price Winner in literature and author of the famous novel “Quo Vadis” lost their palace- a gift from the Polish society. In this way Leon Kozłowski was the only private owner of a castle in Poland at that time. Is not it strange and mysterious? In Castle in Janowiec you have chance to find the answer.

From the bottom of the castle hill you admire the look of the ruins. You do not expect what is inside. And… once you you see the interriors you will be surprised!

Inside the castle

In the courtyard and galleries your imagination starts to work. Great fun and view!

Souvenirs from the old times

Collection of porcelain products from Holland

Near the castle there is a beautiful court. You may visit the exhibition in the ground floor and stay for a night at the first floor.

The museum that is located in the castle and the court organizes many attractive events.

Presentation of the Polish cavalry traditions.

The field mass was a great attraction, too.

More about the Museum in Kazimierz Dolny and Janowiec you may find here:

Some other attractions in Poland:

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