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King Jan III Sobieski Palace – building plan


The “King Jan III Sobieski Palace – building plan” was translated into English as a part of the “The revitalisation and digitalisation of Wilanów, the only Baroque royal residence in Poland” project. The Project had secured support from the European Regional Development Fund under the Infrastructure and Environment 2007-2013 Operational Programme, Priority XI “Culture and Cultural Heritage”, Activity 11.1. Protecting and maintaining cultural heritage of over-regional importance. In accordance with the adopted Project Implementation Scheme, the investment was completed by 30 September 2015. The total value of the Project is PLN 19,615,460, with EU support amounting to PLN 13,596,578. For more information on the Infrastructure and Environment Operational Programme please visit For more information about the project please click on this link.Logo POIiŚ

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