Sucha Dolna (Germ. Nieder Zauche)
In the Sucha Dolna village there is a monumental palace complex from XVII-XIX century comprising a palace, a manor, and a park from the beginning of XX century.
The palace was built in baroque style in 1681 and in the beginning of XIX century it was rebuilt in classicistical style. It used to have rich decorations of the elevation and inside baroque stuccowork.
After World War Two the palace became a seat for PGR (State Agricultural Farms). Later the palace in Sucha Dolna was bought by a private owner. It can be seen some time ago works to rebuilt it have been started (the chimneys were made and the roof was prepared for restoration). Unfortunately, the works were stopped (in the Internet I found that the private owner: German or Austrian had died and therefore the restoration was stopped).
Nowadays the palace is falling into ruin: it doesn’t have a roof so mould has grown on the walls, the ceiling of the storey has collapsed and the park has overgrown.
Pokaż Photos-of-Poland.com na większej mapie