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Kórnik - the Baroque castle backhouse of the mid-eighteenth century
Poland

In the courtyard of the Kórnik Castle are two eighteenth-century outbuildings. The smaller one is called. "Klaudynówka" (in honor of Działyńscy Klaudyna), which is currently held occasional exhibitions.

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Tags: kornik; park; castle; zamek; monument; outdoors; arboretum; neogothic; museum; wielkopolska; polska; poland; backhouse; outbuilding
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