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Super!

Very interesting place and, living history and knowledgeable guides! I go highly recommend! Can be... read more

Reviewed June 25, 2018
Anton S
Hidden gem of Lower Silesia

Discovered by chance while browsing the net for places worth visiting nearby Klodzko (great website... read more

Reviewed May 17, 2018
Dominika W
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25 Jun 2018
“Super!”
17 May 2018
“Hidden gem of Lower Silesia”
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A 19th century neo-Gothic castle, designed by the renowned architect Karl Friedrich Schinkel for the princess Marianne von Oranien-Nassau.
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ul. Zamkowa, Kamieniec Zabkowicki, Poland
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+48 74 637 01 67
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Reviewed June 25, 2018

Very interesting place and, living history and knowledgeable guides! I go highly recommend! Can be visited few times as renovation is ongoing in iterations yearly!

Thank Anton S
Reviewed May 17, 2018 via mobile

Discovered by chance while browsing the net for places worth visiting nearby Klodzko (great website btw). Palace buiding by well known architect Karl Schinkel. Beautiful terraced garden. Absolutely stunning panoramic view of the mountains from the balcony (and from one of the towers which as...More

Thank Dominika W
Reviewed April 11, 2017

A trip into the XIX-century past. A beautiful palace, which revokes the memory of princess and prices coming to a ball in horse carriages, dressed in beuatiful gowns and tail-coats... That is your experience in this once beautiful castle, now still impressive from outside but...More

Thank milet
Reviewed January 9, 2017

This castle looks lovely from the outside but it's not really worth taking the tour. The inside is almost completely empty inside. Flat white plastered walls and nothing else. Very very few historic items/furniture/decoration. Also, only a very small amount of information is available in...More

2  Thank bokad
Reviewed May 23, 2016

Hidden away in lower Silesia are some enchanting places to visit. Whist not having the Disney World effect castles of Mad Ludwig's Bavaria the Dolnoslask has some pretty impressive places of its own, including the kamieniec Zabkowicki palac. Cosidering that during its time it has...More

Thank david_k_allen
Reviewed February 2, 2015

The castle was burnt to the ground by the Russians and pillaged and plundered more times then it could be salvaged by the local towns people. Finally in the 20th century b.c of the European Union funding this historic landmark to be restored to it's...More

3  Thank Olivia B
Reviewed March 21, 2013

I have read the history of the castle and not only origins are amazing, but also the recent battles on ideas how to restore this large size monument. One can see the castle from almost 50km. It's on a small hill, in a forest, covered...More

2  Thank Wolszczak
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