Pusłowski Palace

The palace is located on Westerplatte 10 in Krakow, rebuilt in 1876 from an old villa by the architects Tadeusz Stryjeński and Władysław Ekielski, who referred to the Renaissance here. They introduced a two-story loggia and a rusticated façade, as well as stylish window frames. The palace is the seat of the Institute of Musicology of the Jagiellonian University. Located in a small garden today, it has an interesting museum-like interior.

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