Palace in Dankowice

The palace dates from the 1st half the 18th century. It is a Baroque building, rebuilt in the 19th century, when it was given its neoclassical features. Today its heyday is long gone, and little was left of the old decorations. On the north facade a semi-circular portal and balcony are found, and on the south the façade is slightly protruding and adorned with a tympanum which formerly bore heraldic cartouches. The palace was surrounded by a park, accessible by a now missing gate.

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