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    • Bishop's palace Andrea Castañer Sebastian Gotz
      • It was built the 8th October 2005.
      • The National Museum of Kielce is a palace that used to be the residence of Cracow bishops.
      • It’s a unique work of architecture and style of the Vasa dynasty’s time.
      • The palace complex consists of:
      • The palace (main building)
      • Wings on both sides of the yard
      • Italian garden surrounded with walls.
      • It became a museum building in 1971.
      • Shortly after that, the bishop’s apartment and the garden were constructed.
      • Nowadays, the first floor is used for permanent and temporary exhibitions.
      • At present in the treasury rooms there is the Sanctuary of Marshal Józef Piłsudski and an exhibition the Old European and Eastern Weaponry from 16th to 20th century.
      • In the upper dining room there are the most representative apartments, decorated with frame ceilings by Thomasso Dolabella.
      • The old decorations include a marble fireplace with the Korab and some relics of the marble floor.
      • There are a lot of porcelain objects: Italian majolicas, porcelain from Delft and Meissen, and Chinese and Japanese products.
      • Visitors may also admire portraits, paintings with Bible and everyday scenes performed in Italian school and in Dutch school.
      • Apart from interiors from the 17th and 18th century there are three other permanent exhibitions.