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Mielec - Oborski Palace
Poland

In the centuries XVII, XVIII and XIX was a mansion on the banks of the Wisloka River, which was established after the destruction of the Renaissance castle knights Griffin-Mielec. They lived in the subsequent owners of property Mielec. In 1906, Count Albert Oborski completed the construction of the palace, along with the old manor.

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Uppladdad: 03/11/2010
Uppdaterad: 04/09/2014
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Tags: poland; outdoors; mielec; subcarpathian; monument; palace; mansion; manor house
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