Recovered Heritage. On the 100th Anniversary of the Peace of Riga
A hundred years ago, the operation of restitution to Poland of many priceless works of art and national mementoes looted by Russia during the partitions began. Among them were also items from the collections of king Stanisław August, which formed part of the furnishings of the Royal Łazienki. Polish cultural property was returned as a result of the Peace of Riga. The exhibition at the Open-Air Gallery at Al. Ujazdowskie avenue is devoted to the peace agreement of 1921.
The throne of the kings of Poland in the Palace on the Isle
Richly adorned, gold-plated audience throne from the 1st half of the 18th c., which had been used by August II and August III, will be at display in the Palace on the Isle from 2 February to 31 May 2021. The Baroque piece of furniture, adorned with coats of arms of Poland and Saxony, is one of the few preserved throne armchairs from the era of the Polish-Saxon union.
Conservation and Renovation of the White Pavilion and the Water Tower Together with the Historic Garden
Pegasus Stables. Conservation and Renovation of the Kubicki Stables
Thermal upgrade of the former Inn
Redecoration and conservation of the Old Orangery and the Royal Theatre
Losses incurred by the Royal Łazienki as a result of the Second World War. Research project