From Renaissance to a hotel with its history

Castle in Przecław

The castle standing in a park on a hill in Przecław is unjustly rarely visited. It is a beautiful residence, built in the 15th century in the Renaissance manner, and remodeled in the 19th century according to the Neo-Gothic order. Currently, features of both styles are visible - the Renaissance lightness of the structure mixes with Gothic stucco. Inside, the fully furnished and restored interiors dazzle, and you can also find frescoes, including a copy of the famous Creation of Adam by Michelangelo, known from the Sistine Chapel. An interesting fact is that the castle was in the hands of the Rej family, that in 1944 the Soviets burned an extensive, centuries-old library there, and currently, it serves as a hotel and restaurant.

path to the castle gates

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