Wednesday, 9 July 2014

Palace Stawiarski in Jedlicze

9th July 2014

The weather is rainy today I can say It was raining cats and dogs.  But I was cycling between 7 and 8 p.m. Luckily it didn't rain for a while. In the evening I took photos of Stawiarski Palace in my hometown which  history inspired me so much.

Stawiarski Palace was built in 1925. Palace belonged to Stawiarski family since 1925 to 1944. In 1944 the palace was confiscated Stawiarski Family and the Communist Government became legally the owner. Now it belongs to Jedlicze town so it means is a public place for citizens. 
In 1945 it was High Junior School here but since 1946 has started the first Secondary School and still exists there.

Around Stawierski Palace was and luckily there is very nice surroundings.  There is a very big park and of course a pond. In the afternoons or evenings a lot of citizens of the town spend their free time there under the old and big trees which remember sad events from the past. 




Stawiarski Palace



The oak - which is very old . There are a lot of them here. 

The pond located next to palace.

Park around the palace is  very big but well- maintained by town hall









I love walking here and listening to birds especially in the evenings.

11 comments:

  1. beautiful place and grounds. glad it is open to the public, now.

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    1. You can visit it during school year now is closed summer vacations.

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  2. I can see why you love walking there. Lots of history and pretty, too. If the old oaks could speak, it would be interesting to hear their stories.

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    1. Cynthia, of course you are right especially in sunny days beacuse old trees give a nice shadow.

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  3. I often wonder about places like this and if the families ever try to claim their houses back, or want compensation. The park is great for the public and how nice are the hydrangeas.

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    1. Andrew, in this case as I know the family wanted the palace again but they got the compensation from government.

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  4. Hello, What a grand palace and the grounds are so beautiful. A lovely place to enjoy nature!

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  5. That is a lovely building and has a good history attached to it, plus lovely green lawns and nice trees.

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  6. So glad the palace and grounds survived. I love poetry and poignancy of, "which remember sad events from the past."

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