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Ruins of the summer palace of Prince Francis Xavier Drucki-Lubecki 4
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Zrujnowany i doszczętnie zniszczony pałac letni księcia Franciszka Ksawerego Druckiego-Lubeckiego.

Pałacyk został zniszczony (17 lutego 1831) przez powstańców w trakcie bitwy pod Olszynką Grochowską.

"Franciszek Ksawery Drucki-Lubecki książę herbu Druck (ur. 4 stycznia 1778 w Pohoście na Polesiu, zm. 10 maja 1846 w Sankt Petersburgu), polski polityk, minister skarbu Królestwa Polskiego w latach 1821–1830, założyciel Towarzystwa Kredytowego Ziemskiego (1825) i Banku Polskiego (1828). Choć był samoukiem, okazał się genialnym finansistą i organizatorem gospodarki. Zwany był "Małym Księciem"." z wikipedii

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