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    The Rooms of the Presidents of the Second Republic and the Polish Government in Exile – opening of a new permanent exhibition at the Royal Castle in Warsaw

    For political reasons, the reconstruction of the Castle after the destruction of World War II did not envisage the recreation of the presidential suite occupied by Ignacy Moscicki between 1926 and 1939. In the 1990s, the second floor of the Castle temporarily housed a space devoted to the Presidents of the Second Polish Republic and the Polish authorities in exile. Now both expositions are coming back in a new arrangement. It contains original furniture from Ignacy Moscicki’s presidential suite and memorabilia from the London seat of the Polish authorities in exile, which from 1940 was housed in the “Castle” at 43 Eaton Place in London.


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