the Stadnicki Palace
Currently, the palace consists of three sections. The first one is the main building, which was originally detached. It is also the oldest part (16th century). It has very thick walls. There are barrel vaults with lunettes in the cellar and ground floor, as well as Renaissance and neogothic door and window frames. Over the first floor in the Northern rooms there are polychromic ceilings with imagery that depicts romantic landscapes, in form of friezes with medallions (polychromic paintings – 19th century). Some of the rooms have decorative wooden parquet floors, interesting door and window woodwork and beautifully decorated white tiled stoves (19th century).