Łazienki Park

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English Łazienki Park

Łazienki Park or Royal Baths Park (Polish: Park Łazienkowski, Łazienki Królewskie) is the largest park in Warsaw, Poland, occupying 76 hectares of the city center.

The park-and-palace complex lies in Warsaw's central district (Śródmieście) on Ujazdów Avenue, which is part of the Royal Route linking the Royal Castle with Wilanów Palace to the south. North of Łazienki Park, on the other side of Agrykola Street, stands Ujazdów Castle.

Originally designed in the 17th century as a baths park for nobleman Stanisław Herakliusz Lubomirski, in the 18th century Łazienki was transformed by Poland's last monarch, Stanisław II Augustus, into a setting for palaces, villas, classicist follies, and monuments. In 1918 it was officially designated a public park.

Łazienki is visited by tourists from all over Poland and the world, and serves as a venue for music, the arts, and culture. The park is also home to peacocks and a large number of squirrels.

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German Łazienki-Park

Der Łazienki-Park (deutsch: Park der Bäder) ist mit 80 ha die größte Parkanlage in Warschau. Der Park liegt im Stadtteil Śródmieście an den Aleje Ujazdowskie, dem südlichen Teil des Warschauer Königsweges, der vom Königsschloss nach Wilanów führt. Im Norden geht der Park in den Ujazdowski-Park über, der sich auf der anderen Seite der Agrykola befindet.

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Polish Łazienki Królewskie w Warszawie

Łazienki Królewskie – zespół pałacowo-ogrodowy w Warszawie założony w XVIII wieku przez Stanisława Augusta Poniatowskiego.

Nazwa pochodzi od barokowego pawilonu Łaźni, wzniesionego w latach 80. XVII wieku przez Stanisława Herakliusza Lubomirskiego i przebudowanego przez Stanisława Augusta Poniatowskiego na pałac Na Wyspie. Oprócz budynków, pawilonów oraz wolnostojących rzeźb znajdują się tam cztery ogrody: Królewski, Romantyczny, Modernistyczny oraz Chiński.

Od 1960 zespół jest siedzibą Muzeum Łazienki Królewskie.

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Russian Лазенки (парк)

Парк Лазенки (польск. Park Łazienkowski или Łazienki Królewskie) — крупнейший парк в Варшаве, столице Польши, занимающий 76 гектаров в центре города. Дворцово-парковый комплекс лежит в центральном городском районе (Средместье), на Уяздовской аллее (Aleje Ujazdowskie), части «Королевского тракта», связывающего Королевский дворец в центре Варшавы с дворцом в Вилянуве на юге. К северу от парка на другой стороне улицы Агрикола стоит Уяздовский дворец.

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Ukrainian Королівські стежки (Варшава)

Королівські Лазеньки (дослівна назва через призначення палацу як купальні на озері), Лазєнки, Парк Лазєнковський (пол. Łazienki Królewskie, Łazienki, Park Łazienkowski) — палацо-парковий комплекс у Варшаві, що вирізняється чисельними пам'ятками в стилі класицизму, заснований у XVIII столітті польським королем Станіславом Августом Понятовським, спланований королівськими архітекторами: Домініком Мерліні, Яном Крістіаном Камсецером і Яном Крістіаном Шухом.

Нині парк слугує тим самим потребам, що й за часів монархії. Тут відбуваються різноманітні культурні, наукові, дозвіллєві й спортивні імпрези та заходи. Лазєнки є улюбленим місцем прогулянок варшавських містян. Задля безпеки малих дітей у парку заборонено ковзатися на роликах, скейтах, кататися на велосипедах. Поблизу парку знаходиться Ботанічний сад Варшавського університету, який не оминають увагою відвідувачі променади та не лише вони, студенти також з приємністю проводять там свій час.

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Spanish Parque Łazienki

El Parque Real Łazienki (en polaco, Park Łazienki Królewskie) es el parque público más grande de Varsovia (Polonia). Se extiende por un área de cerca de 80 ha. Alberga un conjunto palaciego y cuenta con un lago y un jardín botánico. Se encuentra ubicado en el límite sur del distrito de Śródmieście, sobre la avenida Ujazdów (Aleje Ujazdowskie), y forma parte de la llamada «Ruta Real» (Trakt Królewski) de la capital polaca.

Es famoso por albergar el monumento al compositor Fryderyk Chopin y algunos bellos palacetes e interesantes pabellones: el Palacio en la Isla, el Palacio Belvedere, el Anfiteatro, la Casa Blanca, el Templo de Diana, entre otros. La mayoría de estos edificios han sido transformados en museos en las últimas décadas.

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French Parc Łazienki

Le Parc Łazienki (en polonais: Park Łazienkowski ou Łazienki Królewskie) ("Parc des Bains"), est un parc urbain de 76 hectares situé dans la ville de Varsovie en Pologne. C'est le plus grand parc de la ville ; il se trouve dans le quartier Śródmieście, à l'est de l'Aleje Ujazdowskie, et au sud de la Route royale (Droga Królewska), qui relie le Palais royal à Wilanów. Il donne au nord sur le Parc Ujazdowski, situé au nord de l'Agricola.

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Italian Parco Łazienki

Il parco Łazienki (in polacco: Park Łazienkowski o Łazienki Królewskie) è uno dei maggiori parchi pubblici di Varsavia, capitale della Polonia, e si estende su 76 ettari. Si trova nel quartiere centrale di Śródmieście, in a fianco di viale Ujazdów, che è parte della "Strada Reale" (Trakt Królewski), un insieme di strade che collega il Castello Reale con il Palazzo di Wilanów, a sud della città. A nord del parco si trova il Palazzo di Ujazdów.

All'interno del parco sorge il Palazzo sull'acqua (anche detto Palazzo Łazienki o Palazzo sull'isola) ed altri edifici tra cui due ricostruzioni di templi antichi e un teatro all'aperto.

Fu progettato nel XVII secolo da Tielman van Gameren come "parco per i bagni" (da cui il nome) per il nobile Stanisław Herakliusz Lubomirski e nel XVIII secolo fu trasformato dal re polacco Stanislao II Augusto Poniatowski in un sito con palazzi, ville, capricci architettonici e monumenti.

Nel 1918 divenne ufficialmente parco pubblico ed è oggi anche un'attrattiva turistica della città. Vi si tengono vari eventi culturali. Nel parco si possono vedere numerosi pavoni e scoiattoli.

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Japanese ワジェンキ公園

ワジェンキ公園(ワジェンキこうえん、Park Łazienkowski)は、ポーランド・ワルシャワ市内、中心部よりやや東側に位置する公園。大統領府と隣接している。夏の間、毎日曜日に開かれるショパン・コンサートが有名。

公園内の池の脇には、ワジェンキ宮殿が建っている。

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pt Parque Łazienki

O Parque Łazienki (em polonês: Łazienki Królewskie) é o maior parque de Varsóvia, ocupando 80 hectares do centro da cidade. O parque localiza-se na área central de Varsóvia (Śródmieście), na Avenida Ujazdów (Aleje Ujazdowskie), com a "Royal Route" ligando o Castelo Real com o Wilanów ao sul. Ao norte, no outro lado da rua Agrikola, o parque Łazienki faz divisa com o Castelo de Ujazdów. No seu interior situa-se o Pałac Łazienkowski.

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zh 瓦金基公园

瓦金基公园,直译为皇家浴场公园(波蘭語:Łazienki Królewskie)是波兰首都华沙最大的公园,占地面积76 公顷。这个公园-宫殿组群位于华沙的市中心(Śródmieście)的乌亚兹多夫大道(Aleje Ujazdowskie),这条街是皇家之路的一段,皇家之路北到皇家城堡,南到维拉诺王宫(Wilanów)。在瓦金基公园以北,Agrykola 街的另一侧,矗立着乌亚兹多夫城堡(Ujazdów Castle)。梅希萊維茨基宮位于该公园内。

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Italian Parco Reale Łazienki

Uno dei più bei parchi d'Europa le cui origini risalgono al XVII secolo. La sua forma attuale si deve al re Stanislao Augusto Poniatowski che divenne proprietario della tenuta nel 1764. In un arco di tempo di 30 anni, negli 80 ettari del parco furono realizzate alcune costruzioni, tra cui la residenza estiva del re. La maggior parte degli edifici furono progettati dall'architetto Domenico Merlini. Tra questi certamente spicca il magnifico Palazzo sull'Acqua (Pałac na Wyspie), l'antica residenza reale, che può essere visitato. In attesa del completamento del palazzo fu eretta nel 1774 la Casa Bianca (Biały Dom) come abitazione temporanea del re.

Address ul. Agrykoli 1

Places located in Łazienki Park

Warsaw

Warsaw ( WOR-saw; Polish: Warszawa [varˈʂava] (listen); see also other names) is the capital and largest city of Poland. The metropolis stands on the Vistula River in east-central Poland and its population is officially estimated at 1.8 million residents within a greater metropolitan area of 3.1 million residents, which makes Warsaw the 7th most-populous capital city in the European Union. The city limits cover 517.24 square kilometres (199.71 sq mi), while the metropolitan area covers 6,100.43 square kilometres (2,355.39 sq mi). Warsaw is an alpha global city, a major international tourist destination, and a significant cultural, political and economic hub. Its historical Old Town was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The city rose to prominence in the late 16th century, when Sigismund III decided to move the Polish capital and his royal court from Kraków. The elegant architecture, grandeur and extensive boulevards earned Warsaw the nickname Paris of the North prior to the Second World War. Bombed at the start of the German invasion in 1939, the city withstood a siege, but was largely destroyed by the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising in 1943, the general Warsaw Uprising in 1944 and the systematic razing by the Germans in advance of the Vistula–Oder Offensive. Warsaw gained the new title of Phoenix City because of its complete reconstruction after the war, which had left over 85% of its buildings in ruins.In 2012, the Economist Intelligence Unit ranked Warsaw as the 32nd most liveable city in the world. In 2017, the city came 4th in the "Business-friendly", 8th in "Human capital and life style" and topped the quality of life rankings in the region. The city is a significant centre of research and development, business process outsourcing and information technology outsourcing. The Warsaw Stock Exchange is the largest and most important in Central and Eastern Europe. Frontex, the European Union agency for external border security as well as ODIHR, one of the principal institutions of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe have their headquarters in Warsaw. Jointly with Frankfurt and Paris, Warsaw features one of the highest number of skyscrapers in the European Union.The city is the seat of the Polish Academy of Sciences, National Philharmonic Orchestra, University of Warsaw, the Warsaw University of Technology, the National Museum, Zachęta Art Gallery and the Warsaw Grand Theatre, the largest of its kind in the world. The picturesque Old Town, which represents examples of nearly every European architectural style and historical period, was listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1980. Other main architectural attractions include the Royal Castle and the iconic King Sigismund's Column, the Wilanów Palace, the Palace on the Isle, St. John's Cathedral, Main Market Square as well as numerous churches and mansions along the Royal Route. Warsaw is positioning itself as Central and Eastern Europe's chic cultural capital with thriving art or club scenes and restaurants, with around a quarter of the city's area occupied by parks.

Warsaw Metro

The Warsaw Metro (Polish: Metro Warszawskie) is a rapid transit system serving the city of Warsaw, the capital of Poland. It currently consists of two lines, the north–south Line M1 that links central Warsaw with its densely populated northern and southern districts, and the central segment of the east–west Line M2. A third line (M3) is planned.

The first section was opened in 1995 and gradually extended until it reached its full length in October 2008. There are additional plans to construct two more stations on this north–south line omitted during initial construction due to costs. The contract for the construction of the initial central section of the second line, running east–west, was signed on 28th October 2009 and construction began on 16th August 2010. The initial segment of Line M2 was opened on 8th March 2015. This section is 6.3 kilometres (3.9 miles) long (including a tunnel under the Vistula river) with seven stations, one of which (Świętokrzyska) includes a transfer between the two lines. The line is currently being expanded.In 2009, the Warsaw Metro won two "Metro Award" prizes in the categories of "Special Merit Award for Commitment to the Environment" and "Best Maintenance Programme". These were followed by the Most Improved Metro award in 2011. The system consistently receives very high ratings among its passengers; a survey conducted in September 2014 indicated that 98% of the respondents rated it good or very good.

Łazienki Palace

The Palace on the Isle (Polish: Pałac Na Wyspie), also known as Baths Palace (Polish: Pałac Łazienkowski), is a classicist palace in Warsaw's Royal Baths Park, the city's largest park, occupying over 76 hectares of the city center.

From 1674 the property and the nearby Ujazdów Castle belonged to Count Stanisław Herakliusz Lubomirski, who commissioned a Baroque bath house called "Łazienka", similarly to a number of other European historic sites, including England's city of Bath. The building, erected on a square plan, was richly decorated with stuccos, statues, and paintings; some of the original decorations and architectural details survive.

In 1766 King Stanisław II Augustus purchased the estate and converted the bathing pavilion into a classicist summer residence, with an English garden.

During the final stages of World War II, the retreating Germans devastated the interior of the Palace and drilled holes in the structure in preparation for destruction, however, the plan was never carried out.

Chopin Statue, Warsaw

The Frederic Chopin Monument in Warsaw (Polish: Pomnik Fryderyka Chopina w Warszawie) is a large bronze statue of Frédéric Chopin (1810–1849) that now stands in the upper part of Warsaw's Royal Baths Park (also known as Łazienki Park), adjacent to Aleje Ujazdowskie (Ujazdów Avenue).

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