architecture of the 19th century

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architecture of the
19th century


The

Belweder

Palace


Architectural

style:
C
lassicism


Town:
Warsaw


Country:
Poland

Built
:
1660


Architect
:
Jakub
Kubicki

(
rebuilt

1819
-
1822
)


Since
1764 years it
had

been


owned by
King

Stanislaus
Augustus,
who founded a faience factory.

In the years 1818
-
1922, the palace
was completely rebuilt at the request of Grand Duke Constantine by
Jakub

Kubicki

(1758
-
1833).

Behind the building stretched the English
garden pavilions built in the twenties, which was probably



Mr
.
Kubicki
’s design



Kornik
Castle


Architectural
:
style
Neoclassical


Town:
Kornik


Country:
Poland

Built
:
1430


Architect
:
Karl Friedrich
Schinkel


(
rebuilt

1843
-
1861)


Inherited in 1801 by the
Działyński

family, the K
o
rnik

Castle

was

rebuilt

(1843
-
1861) in the neo
-
gothic style
by the famous architect from
not so far away Berlin
-

Karl
Friedrich
Schinkel
.
I
n 1880,
the property
was

inherited by
Władysław

Zamoyski
, who
before his death

had

given

the castle and the park to the
Polish nation.


European Hotel in
Warsaw


Architectural
:
style
Neoclassical


Town:
Warsaw


Country:
Poland

Built
:
1855


Architect
:

Henryk

and

Leandro

Marconich


The
Warsaw hotel, built
in the years 1855
-
1878,
designed by Henry and
Leander

Marconich
.
Recognized as the most
luxurious i
n Warsaw.
Every year, the European
hotel organizes many
events, including the
exquisite New Year's
Eve.


The
Juliusz

Slowacki

Theatre


Architectural
:
eclectic style with a predominance

of neo
-
baroque


Town:
Cracow


Country:
Poland

Built
:
1889


Architect
:

Jan Zawiejski


This exquisite theatre was opened in 1893. It's a miniature
version of Charles
Garnier's

famous Paris Opera House. It's
virtually impossible to get in here during the day, but
paying

the very reasonable price of tickets, it's worth
catching a performance even if the show turns out to be
unspectacular
-

the building itself certainly is spectacular
-

an absolute treasure.





The

Old
Theatre


Architectural
:
Art
Nouveau


Town:
Cracow


Country:
Poland

Built
:
1781


Performance of "
Bakery
" by Bertolt Brecht

In
the

Old
Theatre


One of the most

interesting

art deco buildings
in Poland.

The original building was erected in
1843 in historical style, the remainder of the
Romanesque
-
Gothic of the time window
frames.

A crucial fact was used in building the
first reinforced
-
concrete structures on a large
theater hall, one of the first Polish territory.


Architectural
:
C
lassicism


Town:
Poznan


Country:
Poland

Built
:
1822

Project:
probably

Charles
Per
cier

and Pierre
François

Louis Fontaine
or

unkn
own

Roman
architect

The

Raczynski

Library



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