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Hi Kamil, thanks for joining the forum. Your pics are great and wow. This is absolutely stunning. All of that stone work is lovely. Very grand too. Do you have any history of the building? Would love to know more about it.

Thanks

Tracey :thumb

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Hello and welcome to the forum, that's a great looking location!

I've heard that you can book guided tours around this place? Did you visit on a tour?

Thanks :)

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A very nice place. I wanted to visit it on my last Poland tour. But it was too far away from our route and unfortunately we didn't have enough time.

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