Iwno Palace

Iwno Palace

Park Mielżyńskich 1
62-025 Iwno

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  • N: 52° 24' 1.44" E: 17° 16' 28.19"
Category:
Town square  
Style:
Neo-Renaissance , 19th century  
Tags:
Pałac Palace neo renesans neo renainssance sala balowa fortepian ogrody park  
Attributes:
CCTV
parking
truck parking
Toilet
LTE/3G/EDGE
230V ac electricity
wi-fi
water - hydrant

Description

Neo-Renaissance palace built in the years 1851-1855 for Joseph Mielżyńskiego. Rebuilt between 1902 and 1905. The main body of two-storey palace with side bunk annexes and wings in the form of a corridor leading to the round pavilion. The facade of the main body and the side parts topped by pediments. On the axis of the facade arcade porches of Ionic half-columns. In the garden elevation high five-arcaded portico bearing terrace of the second floor. Low roofs, gabled pavilions and covered with domed roofs. Nature Park (16.0 ha) with several ponds and magnificent trees, including oaks variety conical. At the pond is an island on which stands the mound called Mount St. Lawrence, once a Napoleon. It's said that the Napoleon sipped coffee there once at the beginning of June 1812.

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