City of Opoczno, Poland
There are also towns like Opoczno, where there are not many objects to photograph. You definitely have to search for them a bit 😉 But … there is always something to find and attract attention. In Opoczno, the main and almost only attraction is the castle of King Casimir the Great, which would be hard to miss because it is located on the main route. The castle, ruined and rebuilt many times, gained its final appearance in 1927, during the reconstruction carried out according to the design of the architect Majewski in the Polish Renaissance style. During World War II, the Germans demolished the western part of the southern wing, extending the road towards Radom. From the time of the war to the 1960s, it housed the infectious ward of the city hospital, and in 1976, the adaptation of the building into the Regional Museum began under the supervision of architect J. Mackiewicz.
Pictures: Straw Art, Katarzyna Slomka
Customer of the photo session: KAES