Deliberations in the Palace in Jadwisin

Published: 13.05.2024

On Saturday, May 11, 2024, there was a meeting of Domus Polonorum members combined with the General Meeting in the historic Palace in Jadwisin, belonging to one of the members of the Association.

The palace was built at the end of the 19th century and designed by the French architect Francois Arveuf. It is one of the few examples of French Renaissance architecture in Masovia. From the beginning of its existence, the palace continuously served as a family home until the end of World War II. The last owner was Mikołaj Konstanty Radziwiłł – an Home Army officer nicknamed „Korab”, murdered and buried in a nearby forest by the Germans. After the end of the war, the facility was intended as a recreation center for the Office of the Council of Ministers, but today it is in private hands. The palace is surrounded by a vast park and forest complex.

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