We already know that what is worth it is worth it on the Warta River. Now it's time to whisper to you what we discovered in this charming corner of Poland. Located among meadows, fields and river meanders, the village of Gogolewo, which resists the aggressive modern times. It derives its name from the bareback duck, which lives in hollows of trees only in very quiet places. It's a good sign. Let's go further.
Set off towards Książ Wielkopolski, and then along the road towards the Warta River. Under a 200-year-old linden tree stands a historic mansion from the end of the 18th century - a beautiful example of Polish Classicist architecture. Over the years and historical turmoil it had many Polish owners. Mieliński, Cieleccy, Grzymułtowscy, Grabowscy, and Skrzetuski. It was also rebuilt in the mid-nineteenth century to separate the farm buildings from the landed estate, in line with the Polish tradition of that time. In later years, he had an elegant, dilapidated, renovated, lemon yellow face, until in 2014 he was in good hands. The hosts restored its original appearance, both outside and inside, and took care of beautiful plantings.
Today, the manor house is located a kilometer from the actual Gogolewo, in the already obliterated old village foundation. You can eat lunch in the garden, sometimes hear the combine working, and on Sundays you can hear the sounds of mass from a nearby wooden church. Besides, silence sowed like a poppy seed. There is no shop in the village. Idyll over the Warta River, bicycles, kayaks, books and fragrant bedding await those longing for peace.
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