Palace in Rogalin
The residence in Rogalin is one of the major Polish residences erected in the 18th c. It owes its fame from to the picturesque location, eventful history, intriguing architecture, and magnificent art collection.
The Edward A. Raczynski painting gallery contains colllections of Polish and European paintings from the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries like famous Joan d'Arc by Jan Matejko, Jacek Malczewski and French symbolists works of art.
The right wing of the Palace includes the London study of Edward B. Raczynski, President of Republic of Poland in Exile and the creator of the Raczynski Family Foundation (active at the National Museum in Poznan).
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