Photographer's Note

Until recently Janowiec by Vistula was known from the ruins of one of the largest castles in Poland, built by Firlej in the early sixteenth century. Today, not only the monumental ruins attract visitors, equally interesting is the old mansion of the late seventeenth century, moved from the countryside Moniaki to Janowiec. Polish court is more than architecture, is a significant part of our culture, not to say - our spirituality. Not coincidentally, writing about courts Professor Tadeusz Jaroszewski quoted poem poet Bronislawa Ostrowska ,,White Time''.
,,Lit windows on the estate, in the porch with the vines, the crickets are playing so hard, my God, stars shine in the sky such brilliance''.

In the attic decorated guest rooms, while the ground floor of the exhibition took the interior court. The system reflects the use of exposure rooms - is the Vestibule, Dining Room, Living Room, Bedroom Ms. House, the House of Lord's Room, Library...

Naturalness and unpretentiousness exposure makes you seriously here feel like a guest invited to the mansion and walking after his room, waiting for the hosts, who for a moment will arrive. There is also garden, once a castle now turned into space the court and integrally related to it. Few remain today, courts created in the eighteenth century, this in Janowiec, saved from total destruction, introduced in that time and still evokes the spirit of Sarmatian Polishness.

This is a scan from negative.

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