6th International Workshop on Surface Modification for Chemical and Biochemical Sensing
The Łochów Palace in Łochów (Pałac Łochów w Łochowie) is a hotel and conference centre adapted from the XIXth century palace and garden complex built in 1830 for count Józef Hornowski by a fameous architect of the epoch, Bolesław Paweł Podczaszyński. In its time, the palace was owned by renowned Polish aristocratic families of Hornowski, then Downarowicz, Zamoyski and, finally, Kurnatowski. Łochów is located ca. 70 km (ca. 1 h by car) North-East of Warsaw near the Bug Landscape Park (Nadbużański Park Krajobrazowy), on the Liwiec River bank.