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This is the residence of the President of Poland. Ceremonies involving the head of the state, representatives of the Chancellery of the President, and guests, both foreign and Polish, take place here.
The name of the building comes from two Italian words – “bel” and “vedere” – and translates as "beautiful view". The Belweder is located on an embankment and overlooks the Warsaw Royal Baths Park.
In 1918, Józef Piłsudski, the then Chief of State, lived in the Belweder. Subsequently, up until 1926, the Belweder was the seat of the Polish Presidents and it was also the seat of the President from 1989 to 1994.
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