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Palace in Moszna

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Pałac w Mosznej (niem.Schloß Moschen. Die Residenz der Thiele-Winckler) jest jednym z najbardziej znanych obiektów zabytkowych na ziemi opolskiej. Był rezydencją śląskiego rodu Tiele-Wincklerów, potentatów przemysłowych, od 1866 do 1945 roku.

Budowla powstała w połowie wieku XVII. Obecnie znajduje się w nim Centrum Terapii Nerwic. Pałac jest częściowo udostępniony do zwiedzania; w kaplicy odbywają się koncerty muzyki kameralnej, a w galerii wystawy dzieł sztuki. Obiekt otacza ponad dwustuhektarowy park (m.in. trzystuletnie okazy dębów).

http://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pa%C5%82ac_w_Mosznej

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