The Tarnowski family’s palace
Tarnowski family’s palace on Sławkowska Street was created in the seventeenth century by connecting three adjacent tenement houses with one baroque facade. Inside there is more baroque architecture that remained to today’s day – a hallway and several portals decorated with coats of arms. On the both sides of the main entrance there are two perfectly preserved hollows in the stone wall that were used to extinguishing torches back in the day. This residence of the wealthy Tarnowski family is a typical example of a city palace.
After the second world war the palace was well-known from a winery Baryłeczka (English: small barrel) located there.