Lazienki Palace or Palace on the Water in Warsaw city of Poland. It has become a leisurely promenade. For the public And also a tourist attraction. Famous for foreigners when it comes to Poland. This place was once the residence of the king and is a historical palace. The gardens are beautiful. The palace is located in the heart of Warsaw. This palace was the residence of King Chulalongkorn, the reign of King Rama V of Thailand, when he went to Warsaw in 1897.
In 1764, when looking for a place in which to build his summer residence, King Stanisław August purchased the Bathhouse together with the Ujazdowski estate. Thanks to two architects – the Italian born Domenico Merlini and Johann Christian Kammsetzer, who was born in Dresden – the King transformed the Baroque Bathhouse pavilion into the neoclassical Palace on the Isle. Modelled on Italian architectural solutions, such as the Villa Borghese, Villa Albani, Villa Medici and Villa Ludovisi, it was intended to symbolize the dream of an ideal, modern and sovereign state.