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Rogalin Palace was built at the end of the 18th century for the Raczynski family, which had lived there till the Second World War. Rogalin Palace was pillaged after the end of the war but it wasn´t damaged. Then the historic building was passed on to the Polish state.
Rogalin Palace is a two-floor Baroque building with two bays, which are connected with crooked ambits. Thanks to the building composition, the courtyard gained the shape of a horseshoe. Part of the residence are agricultural buildings, stables and a roof for carriages, where many of the historic ones have been stored. Rogalin Palace is surrounded by a small garden, which leads to a beautiful English landscape park. The park is situated in the former location of a primeval oak tree forest. However, only three old oak trees have been preserved. They were named after the legendary forefathers of the Polish, Czech and Russian nations: Lech, Čech and Rus. The hugest out of the three trees is Rus and its circumference reaches almost 10 meters.
In Rogalin Palace, the Poznań National Museum is based. There is also a gallery with more than 250 paintings, which come from the collection of Alexander Edward Raczynski. Then there are exhibits related to the history of this residence and the Raczynski family. It is a copy of the Antique Roman temple in France: Maison Carrée.
Normally you can visit the historic monument from Tuesday to Sunday from 9:30 to 16:00. The admission fee is around 5.50 zł.