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Lancut | The Dining Room of Lancut Castle (now a museum), which was once owned by the fabulously wealthy Potocki family.  Count Alfred, who fled the town in 1944 as the Soviet Red Army advanced on it, designated his home as a 'People's Museum', which saved it from looting and burning.  It is considered to be one of Poland's top historic houses still preserving many of its original contents.  Originally constructed between 1628 and 1641 for the princely Lubomirski f...

Lancut | The Dining Room of Lancut Castle (now a museum), which was once owned by the fabulously wealthy Potocki family. Count Alfred, who fled the town in 1944 as the Soviet Red Army advanced on it, designated his home as a 'People's Museum', which saved it from looting and burning. It is considered to be one of Poland's top historic houses still preserving many of its original contents. Originally constructed between 1628 and 1641 for the princely Lubomirski f...

The castle in Łańcut is one of the largest landed estates in Poland. The status of the castle and its successive owners (Lubomirski and Potocki families) is evidenced by frequent visits of representatives of renowned aristocratic families and major cultural events organized in Łańcut. Erected in the first half of the 17th century, the residence was rebuilt many times over the centuries, under the direction of outstanding Polish and foreign artists. Narodowy Instytut Dziedzictwa, CC-BY-SA

The castle in Łańcut is one of the largest landed estates in Poland. The status of the castle and its successive owners (Lubomirski and Potocki families) is evidenced by frequent visits of representatives of renowned aristocratic families and major cultural events organized in Łańcut. Erected in the first half of the 17th century, the residence was rebuilt many times over the centuries, under the direction of outstanding Polish and foreign artists. Narodowy Instytut Dziedzictwa, CC-BY-SA

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