Warsaw Palace Castle in Warsaw Castle Square, the appearance is very grand and beautiful, red appearance is very eye-catching. The interior of the palace is still simple, not imaginary magnificence, but also luxury. It is said that the old palace was destroyed by World War II artillery fire, which was rebuilt in its original site.
On the Bank of the old city, it looks very magnificent. The Polish royal family moved from Krakow to Warsaw in the 16th century and lived there until the 18th century. It was once the main place where the Polish royal family lived and administered. During World War II, owing to the failure of the Warsaw Uprising, the castle was completely destroyed by the Nazi German army in 1944. After the war, social funds were raised to rebuild the castle as it was, and the interior was restored by a rare old craftsman. At present, the castle is open to tourists from all over the world as a national museum. Many exhibition halls inside the castle restore the life space of the medieval Polish royal family to the greatest extent, including the conference hall, the meeting room, the knight's hall, the living room, the bedroom and so on. The fare is about 50 yuan, which I think is worth seeing.
The palace castle is located in the square of the castle. The red exterior wall is very striking. It was destroyed during World War II and rebuilt after World War II. It was once the main place where the Polish royal family worked and lived. Unfortunately, due to time constraints, we did not go in to visit.
On the 22nd, I came to the Palace Square and the Fair Square and took some photos in a hurry. Today, I mainly visited the inner Museum of the Palace. UNESCO put it on the World Heritage List in 1980, and there are precious exhibits in the castle. In addition, there were the throne and the Brussels Tapestry in the middle of the sixteenth century. At the foot of the castle, by the Visva River, an elaborate arcade and double-decked garden were built. The old city is full of open-air cafes in summer and charming landscaping lights in winter.
Warsaw Palace Castle was built at the end of the 13th century in the Principality of Mazovsher, also known as Warsaw Castle. The building is pentagonal. There are walls on the periphery as a distinction. On Zamkeyo Square, there is a root granite cylinder with a cross. At the top is a bronze statue of Chigmont III. It was he who decided to move the Polish capital from Krakow to Warsaw. This cylinder is an older monument in Warsaw and one of Warsaw's symbols. The palace was destroyed during World War II. All the paintings in the palace gallery are portrayed by the more famous painters in Polish history. Warsaw Palace is a cultural symbol of Poland's millennial history and a witness of the rise and fall of the nation.
The castle and memorial pillars in front of the old city were shocked, and the brick-red castle was magnificent and magnificent.
The original site was built 500 hundred years ago by the emperor when he moved to the capital. It was destroyed seriously during World War II. After the restoration, the glorious glory of that year could not be seen at all. The museum was not opened to the outside world because of maintenance when it arrived.