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The vestibule

Situated at the building’s axis, somewhat murky, with a stone flooring and beautiful oak-timber entrance-door frame, the vestibule is arranged with 19th-century oak-wood furnishings reminiscent of Gdansk baroque furniture (tables, armchairs, cabinets) and neo-Renaissance pieces (cassapanca benches). There are two large copies of paintings: to the right, Hunting a wild boar after the Flemish painter Frans Snyders and to the left, an equestrian portrait of King Augustus III the Saxon, after the 1718 original by Louis de Silvestre. The door on the left leads you to the presentable stairwell.