Monumental neo-gothic palace from the nineteenth century located in the town of Kamieniec Ząbkowicki.
The body of the palace is built on a rectangular plan and has four towers. The inner courtyards are separated by an arcaded cloister connecting the north-east and south-west walls.
The palace is surrounded by a wall in the corners of which there are four pairs of round towers. From the north-west side there were coach houses within the walls, and from the south-east side – stables.
The palace is located on Zameczno Mountain, which is a vast 1.15 km² palace and forest complex, which also includes the Mausoleum, the castle boiler room, the ruins of the hunting lodge and the ruins of smaller buildings. Currently, only the areas in the western part are typically park-like. The area to the east of the palace is gradually becoming naturalized, with a dominant tree stand which corresponds to the composition of oak-hornbeam and beech habitats.