Princes Radziwill Hunting Palace in Antonin built in 1824 by Karl Friedrich Schinkel for Prince Radziwill .
The palace is a wooden, timbered, the foundation, built on the plan of a Greek cross - the main body shaped octagonal , to which was added four lower wings. The facade is painted the color of the so-called. imperial yellow ( German Kaisergelb). The entire interior of the main body is great for decorative trójkondygnacyjna hall roof, supported on a pillar located flues of fireplaces, decorated with hunting trophies. Formerly held in her concerts. One wing houses the staircase leading to the interior balconies, living room leading to the other three wings.