Pruzhany Palace

Pruzhany Palace (Belarusian: Пружанскі палацык) is a museum in the town of Pruzhany in Brest Voblast, western Belarus. It is a nineteenth century mansion, at 50 Savetskaya Street. The building is a monument of manor architecture from the Neo-Renaissance era.[1]

Pruzhany Palace


The museum has a rich collection on the history and art of the region. About 8000 tourists visit the museum annually. The museum has more than 6000 pieces, mostly donated.[2]

Architectural EnsembleEdit

The palace grounds include a two-storey stone house with two wings, and a reconstructed greenhouse.


A wide lane provides access from the town to the palace grounds, situated on a landscaped park. The eight square kilometre park holds a variety of trees which include ash, alders, hornbeams, and oak. It was designed by the wealthy Polish landlord Walenty Szwykowski in the mid-nineteenth century.

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ ""Pruzhanski Palatsyk" - article in "Narodnaya Gazeta" newspaper {{in lang|be}}". Archived from the original on 2012-07-31. Retrieved 2015-04-04.
  2. ^ "20th Anniversary of the 'Pruzhany Palace' Museum" - article by Katsyaryna Pashkevich in "Raionnya budni" newspaper (in Belarusian)

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Coordinates: 52°33′55″N 24°27′28″E / 52.5653°N 24.4577°E / 52.5653; 24.4577