Wołodkowicz Palace

Located at Lubicz 4 Street in Krakow, right next to the Main Railway Station is located Wołodkowicz Palace. It is now the seat of the post office. Rebuilt in 1884 according to the design of Tadeusz Stryjeński and Władysław Ekielski, it is a beautiful example of eclecticism modeled of  French architecture. The richness of the interior left with decorative stucco on the walls of the first floor and parquet floors made of various types of wood.

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