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Palace in Łężany

A beautiful neo-Baroque palace in Łężany was built in the years 1900 - 1910. The palace has an attic roof, and the tower is covered with a four-sided dome embellished with a high lantern.

During the last war, the complex was fortunately not destroyed, that's why many original decorations have been preserved inside, such as: fireplaces, ceilings, oak paneling and tiles, bathrooms with equipment. The last discovery, which was made in the palace are the wall paintings in the wine cellar which depict the arms of the Prussian sea fleet.

The palace, along with the farm buildings in the neo-Gothic style of red brick, is surrounded by a landscape park which connects with the natural forest. In the park, there is a cemetery with a family mausoleum von Fischer. The estate belonged to the Fischer family until the end of the Second World War. Currently, the palace is the seat of the Agricultural Experimental Station of the University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn.

http://www.uwm.edu.pl/lezany /? p = palace

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