I thought it’s impossible to learn history in a fun way. But guess what, I’ve gotten really interested in the history of my region after visiting the Rogalin Palace.
The building is amazing. And huge! Fortunately I was able to go inside.
I was really surprised seeing this. Quite unexpected design, right?
It was so dark inside, to prevent damage to the furniture. So it was difficult to take photos.
I love the old desks. They are truly stylish!
I want to have one too!
The library is lovely. The stairs caught my attention instantly.
The other rooms are mix of the different styles.
I was able to see the old vehicles as well.
I don’t know why, but they remind me of the “Beauty and the beast” Disney animation.
I was able to see how the vehicles changed over the years and read about them.
But I like the garden and the park more than a palace itself.
Interesting structure, right?
Works of art here and there…
This shot looks like I’m a paparazzi, haha!
Don’t hide from me!
I fell in love with this alley. Walking there I felt like Marianne from “Sense and sensibility”. I love this book!
Here you can see the palace seen from the garden.
This photo was taken from the structure you’ve seen before.
Here you can see the front view of the palace.
Moving on to the park. The beautiful park! There were over a 600 years old trees there! As you can see they need some support to stand.
I have instantly thought of the Ents, Treebeard to be precise.
The most surprising building near the palace is a little church. I was so confused.
I was wondering if I stepped on some kind of teleport that transported me to Greece.
Unfortunately the doors were closed and I couldn’t go inside.
As of the last photo from the palace area, I present you a little cottage!
It was just cute. I couldn’t resist.
On the way back we visited Kórnik for a moment. I’ve seen amazing church there, so here’s the photo!
And the close up of the front.
Here’s the gate as well!
Looks like a castle, doesn’t it?
If you want to learn more about the palace go to the museum website or visit museum yourself. I truly recommend it!
By the way, it’s funny, we are so careful with the items from the past and usually we’re not even allowed to touch them, but people used them as normal everyday things. Would our things be treated the same way in the future?
Thanks for reading this long post! Have a good day everyone! See you soon! :*