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Polish venues join European Palace Day

19.07.2021 17:45
Every July 19, a European cultural event known as Palace Day brings together royal residences from across the continent to share social media posts and pictures of their common heritage.
  • Audio report: Polish venues join European Palace Day
Warsaws Wilanów Palace, a former royal summer residence that is now a major tourist attraction.
Warsaw's Wilanów Palace, a former royal summer residence that is now a major tourist attraction.Photo: PAP/Jacek Turczyk

The prestigious Network of European Royal Residences, the coordinator of Palace Day, comprises more than 30 venues in 15 countries, among them impressive residences such as the Palace of Versailles in Paris, the Schönbrunn royal residence in Vienna, London’s Hampton Court, and the grand palaces of Turin, Madrid and Monaco.

Warsaw’s Royal Castle, Wilanów Palace and Royal Łazienki Park are also part of the network.

These three institutions in the Polish capital have joined this year’s Palace Day, opening their doors to the public for free and encouraging visitors to share impressions on social media.

Radio Poland's Agnieszka Bielawska has the story.

Click on the audio icon above to listen.