Palaces, Castles & Mansions

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Explore #193: Palazzo di L dei Conte M, Italy – October 2016

Explore #6 of the ‘128mb SD Card Tour’ Next stop on our Italian tour was this beautiful crumbling old palace, with gorgeous chapel attached. History I’m afraid I’ve not been able to find much history on this location, other than the palace was the summer residence of a Count, and dates back to at least the eighteenth century. It is currently for sale for €1,600,000! Our Explore We picked our way through overgrown woodland, and made our way inside the…

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Explore #192: Villa Rosa aka Palazzo L, Italy – October 2016

Explore #5 of the ‘128mb SD Card Tour’ Late in the afternoon we explored this grand old villa on the outskirts of a small village in the Italian countryside. History The villa dates back to at least the 18th century, and underwent two large revisions over its history. The original entrance overlooks the gardens and pond, but as the nearby village developed over time the service entrance became used as the main façade. The second revision to the architecture was…

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Explore #183: Pałac Glinka, Poland – May 2016

Explore #23 of ‘The Picnics & Palaces Tour’ After our explore of Great Belcz we just had time to grab a quick external shot of one more crumbling palace… History (translated and rewritten from here). The Baroque Pałac Glinka was built in the 18th century by the Zobeltitz family. The building and landscaped parkland were expanded during the nineteenth century, and despite heavy fighting in the area it survived World War II relatively intact. In the post-war period, as with…

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