Piano Nobile, Nowy Wiśnicz Castle

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Piano nobile is the floor that houses representative chambers, higher rooms with better light and a view of the vast gardens. The decor of most of these rooms consisted of marble portals, oak flooring and richly decorated ceilings. Portraits, tapestries and curtains were hung on the walls and heat was provided by richly decorated tiled stoves and fireplaces placed on plinths. The preserved inventory of movable property drawn up in 1661 (after the Swedish invasion) shows that the walls were decorated with more than a dozen portraits of Stanisław himself and members of his family as well as portraits of Polish monarchs.


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