The Czapski Palace, which changed owners at least ten times, was built in the 18th century. Its present Baroque character dates from 1752-65, when the Palace belonged to the Czapski family. In 1826 Frederic Chopin lived here with his family -one of the rooms of their apartments has been reconstructed and is open to the public. Burned during World War II, after the restoration the Palace was incorporated into the Academy of Fine Arts.
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