Radziejowice is a village in Masovian Voivodeship. Here is a complex of Classical residences surrounded by a park. In the fifteenth century built here Radziejowscy resident landowners. Then repeatedly Renaissance manor house was expanded. Finally, in the mid-seventeenth century took the form of regular baroque of the palace is associated with a large garden. The palace has hosted many great personalities of Polish and foreign courts. There were, here Sigismund III Vasa, Wladislaw IV, Jan III Sobieski. Today the palace is the most important cultural center of the region. Held numerous concerts, exhibitions, theater performances, workshops and landscapes, eg. Summer Festival the name Jerzy Waldorff. The palace is a permanent exhibition of paintings by Joseph Chelmonski, the famous Polish painter who lived in the region and has often been in Radziejowice. The palace in Radziejowice is the only and unique center in Poland, which creates conditions for the development and promotion of culture in all its areas.