Sanniki - Fryderyk Chopin European Art Centre

Sanniki is a village in east-central Poland. It lies approximately 79 km west of Warsaw. There is a beautifully situated and renovated palace. The palace is concealed among splendid old trees in a extensive park and is surrounded by a white wall. This estate belonged to Aleksander Pruszak. Sanniki Palace acquired its present form in 1910, to a design by Władysław Marconi. Into the front wall of the palace tower is a marble plaque with the following inscription: 'In this manor house Fryderyk Chopin stayed in 1828'. Fryderyk Chopin, the famous Polish composer, vacationed here in July and August 1828. In 1981 a Fryderyk Chopin Memorial Centre was created in the left wing of the palace. Currently is there the F. Chopin's European Art Centre.
(Lern more: Chopin's Poland)

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  1. Beautiful images! And a very interesting post. Thanks for linking in.

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  3. Wow. Look at all those trees and green beautiful grass. Nothing like Texas. Thanks for sharing!

  4. That looks like a beautiful place to holiday so it must have been inspirational.

  5. beautiful and makes me want to walk among those trees and along those paths

  6. Beautiful. I love the large tree lined pathways

  7. Thank you for participating in the Friday Greens meme. I look forward to your next entry.


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