Intended to be a Royal home, Branicki Palace was built in the 17th century. It's located in Bialystock in northeast Poland, and the building there today is was largely a reconstruction built after WW II.
The palace is home to the city's medical university as well as some spectacular gardens, reminiscent of the more famous grounds of Versailles, France. The palace gardens feature tree lined walkways, statues and sculptures, and its own river with a three arched stone bridge.
There's also a formal garden which can be best viewed from the front terrace, and an orangery which was once used to protect citrus fruit from cold weather.