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Unique natural values of the Beautiful East attract many visitors. A trip to this region is a great chance to meet the rich culture and tradition connected with the history of many nations. Even today we can admire the legacy of the turbulent history of these lands. Charming small and large towns and villages where old buildings mingle with modern structures provide unforgettable experiences that make tourists want to come back and visit this region again and again. Monuments, forts, palaces, castles and mansions have unique historical values. Various exhibits exposed in numerous museums allow visitors to enjoy the cultural and historical beauty of these lands. A wide variety of art galleries will satisfy even the most demanding guests. Just take a look at the events calendar… A whole range attractions of the Beautiful East are waiting for you!

Pałac w Tyczynie
Pałac w Tyczynie
Palace in Tyczyn
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In the northern part of the town, there is a historic palace- park complex. C. 1820 the Wodzicki Family became the owners of Tyczyn, who had been building the Palace from 1862 to 1869. In 1881 the guest pavilion was added.

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Zamek w Krasiczynie
Zamek w Krasiczynie
Castle in Krasiczyn
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Krasiczyn, the place nearby Przemyśl, is noted for its castle- park complex, which is one of the most valuable Renaissance monuments in Poland

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Pałac w Przeworsku
Pałac w Przeworsku
Palace in Przeworsk
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The Palace was established on the site of the previous mansion, in the 1st half of the 19th century, on the initiative of rev. Henryk Lubomirski. The residence represents the English Classicism style, and its architects were: Chrystian Piotr Aigner and Antoni Bauman.

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Pałac w Sieniawie
Pałac w Sieniawie
Palace in Sieniawa
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Sieniawa’s pride is the magnificent Baroque Palace erected by the Sieniawscy Family prior to 1709, being rebuilt by the Czartoryski Family from 1727 to 1740.

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# Zamek w Łańcucie
# Zamek w Łańcucie
Castle in Łańcut
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Erection of the Castle in Łańcut, from 1629 to 1641, was originated by Stanisław Lubomirski, one of the most powerful magnates in Poland.

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Pałac Miera w Leżajsku
Pałac Miera w Leżajsku

The Miera Palace, ul. Furgalskiego 4, which was erected after 1819, was possessed by the then owner of Leżajsk, count Wojciech Mier, poet and translator of the French and Italian poetry, who was a follower of the Classicism and the Targowica Confederation.

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Palace in Narol
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In Narol, in the centre of picturesque Roztocze, in the 2nd half of the 18th century, the palace was erected by the Family of Łosie. It is one of the most beautiful residences built in the late Baroque style in Poland.

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Zamek w Lesku
Zamek w Lesku
Castle in Lesko
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On the top of the steep mountain lying on the right bank of the River San, near Lesko, the ruins of the Sobień Castle can be seen. The Castle was built in the 2nd half of the 14th century (1539).

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Zamek w Przemyślu
Zamek w Przemyślu
Castle in Przemyśl
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The Castle was erected after 1340 by the king Casimir III the Great on the prevailing over the city Castle Hill.

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Pałac w Dzikowie
Pałac w Dzikowie
Palace in Dzików
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The palace- park complex of Tarnowski Family in Dzików consists of: the Castle erected in the 14th century, garden pavilion, riding-school, coach-house, Castle kitchens, power station and landscape park. The Palace is allowed to be seen only from the outside.

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