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  • 1. Presidential
    Palace
  • 2. PresidentialPalace,
    formerly: Palace Koniecpolski, Radziwill, Lubomirski and
    Palace of Governor (in polish – Namiestnikowski)
  • 3. The palace of Koniecpolski family in Warszawa.
    Today the office and residence of the Poland's president.
  • 4.
  • 5.
  • 6. Grand Vestibule
  • 7. Knights' hall
  • 8. Hetmans' hall
  • 9. PalatineChapel
  • 10. Rococo hall
  • 11. Stairwell
  • 12. Sculpture in the stairwell
  • 13. Anteroom to the column hall
  • 14. Column Hall
  • 15. Column Hall
  • 16. PresidentialCabinet
  • 17. Cabinet Chief of Cabinet of the President
  • 18. Blueroom
  • 19. Hall of paintings
  • 20. Library
  • 21. Golden room
  • 22. Diningroom
  • 23. White Hall
  • 24. Orangery
  • 25. Placed around the four pillars, in one of the side wings of the Palace,
    table as a touristattraction. Its shape was to symbolize,
    the opposition and the authority have met as equals.
    Modeled on the legend of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table.
  • 26. On two stone terraces,
    next to the palace,
    are held a formal partys
    The lowest garden terrace
    Located at the foot of Slopes,
    this here is a historic Orangery.
  • 27. View from top terrace - along the compositional axis of the garden.
  • 28. Middle terrace - island surrounded by water
    with summer house and geometric parterres
  • 29. Orangery and lawns with shrubs - part of the composition of the lowest terrace.
  • 30. Michał Kleofas Ogiński – polonaise "Farewell to the Fatherland"
    Illustrations from the web sites had chosen - Anna