The central courtyard

Like many Renaissance palaces (or castles, for that matter!), the palace at Baranów was built around a private central courtyard with open loggias on the second floor.

The stairwell and dizzying stairs

Some Mannerist details: the plinths supporting the courtyard arcade, the door with "grotesque" decorations, and the hanging Ionic capital on the wall of the loggia

 



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