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Potocki Palace

Warsaw, Poland
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Potocki Palace, located on Krakowskie Przedmieście, is a beautiful late Baroque style palace that was originally a manor house transformed by the Czartoryski family in 1760. The palace features a stunning garden at the back, although it was divided into smaller parcels during the 19th century. Throughout its history, the palace changed ownership and underwent several reconstructions. Unfortunately, during World War II, it was destroyed, resulting in the loss of its valuable collections and furnishings accumulated over the centuries. In 1945, the palace was nationalized, and between 1948 and 1950, it was meticulously reconstructed based on the design by Jan Zachwatowicz. Today, the palace serves as the headquarters for the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, making it inaccessible for public visits. While it may be disappointing that one cannot explore the interior, Potocki Palace occasionally hosts events in its courtyard. On Friday evenings during the summer, the palace sets the stage for concerts, creating a vibrant and enjoyable atmosphere. Additionally, visitors can still appreciate the palace's surroundings, as it offers a pleasant walking area and even features an open cinema at times.
Address:Pałac Potockich w Warszawie, Krakowskie Przedmieście 15/17, Warszawa
Phone:+48 22 421 01 00



Potocki Palace - Krakowskie Przedmieście As a result of the transformation of the manor house by the Czartoryski family in 1760, a palace in the late .. Read more »
This is a state institution. But there are often events in the yard. Concerts are held on Friday evenings in the summer.
Very good feeling, open cinema, walikg area.