Belvedere Palace in Warsaw is located in the heart of downtown, the street Belwederska 54/56. It was built in the years 1819-1822 in the classical style. It was designed by then Jakub Kubicki. Today is the seat of the Polish President. On the first floor of the Belvedere is a part of living. In addition, within the building it is a beautiful garden with original fountain and numerous sculptures that depict the seasons. Part of the building was made available to the public - free of charge. Tourists can instantly see the exhibition dedicated to Marshal Jozef Pilsudski - which has amassed more than 3,000 monuments in a beautiful arrangement of caves enriched with barrel vaulted ceilings, beautiful study the history of the Order of Military Virtue War, the Cabinet of Marshal Pilsudski, which includes office, living room and a room aide and a unique chapel Belwederska dedicated to Our Lady Queen of Polish, which was founded only in 1990 at the request of Lech Walesa. Walking takes on reservation and at specific times (8:30, 10:00, 11:30, 13:00, 14:30) and group sightseeing can not exceed 25 people.