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Late Baroque-Neoclassical palace in Milicz
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http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pa%C5%82ac_klasycystyczny_w_Miliczu Pałac klasycystyczny w Miliczu wybudowany został w latach od 1797 do 1798 roku. Projektantem budowli był Karol Geissler, na zlecenie Joahima Karola Maltzana. W 1910 roku dobudowano południowe skrzydło, w którym znajdował sie dawny dom zajezdny, a obecnie Zespół Szkół Leśnych. Budynek wyglądem przypomina zamek Sanssouci i Neues Palais w Poczdamie. W budynku zachowały się wyposażenie sali balowej oraz kilku sal sąsiednich. Na dziedzińcu herbowym, położonym w południowym skrzydle znajdują się wmurowane kamienne elementy pochodzące z XV i XVIII w., które dawniej znajdowały się w dawnym zamku, oraz posąg myśliwego z 1909 roku. Pałac posiada dziedziniec honorowy do którego prowadzi brama z pseudoklasycystycznymi figurkami nimf w kąpieli, oraz Dafne i Ledy z łabędziem.
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