Though lacking in overt attractions like a ‘Visit Me Old Town’, it’s got enough pleasures and treasures to make it quite special. In fact, I’ve actually started calling it The Special K.
Situated in the town of Szczytno, northeast Poland, the 14th century castle made famous by Henryk Sienkiewicz’s 1900 novel The Teutonic Knights took three years to renovate.
The museum houses a huge collection of art and historical items, and has played home for Polish exiles.
One of the first full-length films produced in Poland with a soundtrack, the music to Ryszard Ordynski’s 'Janko Muzykant' (Janko the Musician) disappeared after the war.