Warsaw, Day 7, Wilanow Palace, Part 2

Back outside the Wilanow Palace:

Warsaw, Day 7, Wilanow Palace, part 1

Wilanow Palace (pronounced, roughly, Vilanov) is in the south part of Warsaw. It’s a Baraoque 17th century palace and is perhaps most famous for being built and used by the King Jan Sobieski. You’ll also be happy to know it survived WWII. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wilan%C3%B3w_Palace http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_III_Sobieski http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marie_Casimire_Louise_de_la_Grange_d%27Arquien His wife, Maria, was a lady who had been a lady-in-waiting to a previous queen. … Continue Reading →