Czapskich Palace

Is located at Piłsudskiego 12 street in Krakow. Hubert Antoni Krasiński, owner of the Regimentarzówka in Ukraine, doctor and social worker. In 1883 he moved from Warsaw to Kraków, and here he built an elegant mansion there in 1884, designed by Antoni Siedek. After Krasiński’s death, the palace was purchased and expanded by Emeryk Hutten-Czapski. Next to it, there is a pavilion with the inscription “Monumentis Patriae Naufragio ereptis” – Polish memorials saved from a historical storm. Currently, it houses a branch of the National Museum.

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