Pomorskie - The unfinished castle 'NŁ': information, history, photos.

The unfinished castle 'NŁ': History, information.

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Zamek w Łapalicach z lotu ptaka
The castle from a bird's flight

If it were completed, this would be the last castle in Europe. In the building you can see the elements characteristic of the architecture of Gothic, Baroque, Renaissance and, of course, modern. Construction work began in 80-ies of XX century.

During the panorama of the Gdansk sculptor has received permission for construction in Kashubian forest country house with a workshop. The plot is surrounded by a wall and put on her castle. Unfortunately, at this point, the human dream has faced Polish standards. The rules won.

Appeared twelve towers, numerous arches, gallery, spiral staircase to the tower, dozens of rooms, wooden walls, a fountain. And place on an indoor pool. It was supposed to be the last castle of Europe, art gallery and workshop at the same time a wealthy sculptor.

The building today is raw, and the only (questionable) decorations that we can find here is graffiti on the walls. Unfortunately, promises nothing, to dream of one person ever came true. It's been empty.

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