The concept of revalorisation of a historical residential estate - the palace and park complex at Siemianice
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The village of Siemianice is located in the county of Kępno in Greater Poland. It can boast a palace and park complex which represents the tradition of 19th-century landscape establishments. In the western part of the park there is a palace built by Count Piotr Szembek in 1835 and totally rebuilt in the Neo-Renaissance style in 1894. Since 1951 it has been the home of the Forest Experimental Department of the University of Life Sciences in Poznań. The palace is in very good condition but the park requires revalorisation. The studies conducted included several analytical stages whose aim was to formulate a concept of the park’s revalorisation in order to emphasize its 19th-century origins, fully expose its values, and restore their lost quality.
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