We will be proud to host you at the Galla Dinner at the extraordinary Jablonna Palace.

In the beginning of the Middle Ages Jabłonna was the property of the Bishops of Płock, who built a summer residence here in the 15th century. In 1773 the brother of the King Stanisław August – Michał Poniatowski, then Bishop of Płock and later the primate of Poland, bought the property in Jabłonna with the intention of turning it into an elegant palace-and-park residential complex. In 1774 he commissioned the royal architect, Dominik Merlini, to design the new residence. The construction of a three-building complex was proposed: a one-storey palace, which was intended to be the residence of the owner, was to be situated in the middle and flanked on both sides by separate three-storey pavilions.
The pavilion on the left was named Royal, because it served as the residence of the King Stanisław August. The pavilion on the right was intended for guests and a two-story annex attached to it – for the primate’s chancellery personnel. A scenic English-style park was developed in the 1770s and 1780s, based on the design of architect Szymon Bogumił Zug. The same architect also constructed a series of pavilions, of which three still remain today: the Grotto, the Orangerie and the Chinese Pavilion.

More details about history and presence of this charming place you will find at the official web page of the Palace



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