Palace of Bishop Erazm Ciolek

Interesting
Composed of two Gothic residences, this palace has a Renaissance portal surmounted by a cartouche twinning the royal eagle with the letter S (for Kng Sigismund) and a fine Gothic window. Since October 2007 it has been the setting for a magnificent museum collection. Several ground floor rooms are devoted to the Orthodox art of the old Polish Republic. Eight rooms upstairs display fine examples of 12C-18C Polish art, admirably contextualised in this sober and contemporary museum environment.

Useful information

Adresse : 

Ul. Kanonicza 17

Phone:

+48 12 424 59 20

Price:

12 pln

Opening hours

[daily except Mon 10am-6pm, Sun 10am-4pm]

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