The beauty of neoclassical symmetry

Palace of the Stawiarski family in Jedlicze

The harmony of the building is simply captivating. Neoclassical symmetry and balanced proportions of the facade of the palace, erected between 1915 and 1925, combined with its perfect integration into the surrounding greenery, evoke the best associations with the architecture of the inter-war period. The owners - the Stawiarski family, who became rich from oil extraction and refining - enjoyed their residence for a short time. It was first occupied by the Germans and then devastated by the Russians after the occupation of the village in 1944. Since 1946, it has been the location of various schools. The building was revitalised between 2014 and 2020.

A large, white, brick mansion with four columns at the entrance

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