Renaissance residence of the Branicki family (so-called granary), Kraków
The late-Renaissance defensive manor in Branice – former village, currently the district of Krakow, is a seat of the Branicki family, commonly referred to as “granary”.
It was reconstructed by Italian builders and artists gathered around Master Santi Gucci. This presentable three-storeyed building was built on a square plan, crowned with a Renaissance attic, with the sgraffito decorated walls. Currently, it is occupied by the branch of the Archaeological Museum in Krakow.