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Economic valuation of ecosystem services provided by the Wilanów Park: A benefit transfer study

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Ekonomiczna wycena usług ekosystemowych świadczonych przez park w Wilanowie. Badanie metodą transferu korzyści
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King Jan III Sobieski (1629–1696), known as an excellent military commander who defeated the Turkish army near Vienna in 1683, was a profound nature lover. Unhappy with living in a castle in the capital city, he bought Wilanów near Warsaw, where he established his suburban residence with a beautiful baroque palace and gardens. After the World War II, the estate was nationalised, restored and turned into a museum. There are probably no trees planted by king Jan III Sobieski himself, but the Park is remarkable. It comprises gardens in various styles (baroque, neo-Renaissance, English and English-Chinese) and a nature reserve Morysin with valuable habitats of meadows and forests. Woodlands, grasslands and ponds constitute three main ecosystems in the Park. Tourists and Warsaw inhabitants appreciate the nature of the gardens and of the Morysin reserve. In addition to their unquestioned historical and cultural value, the Park ecosystems provide multiple environmental benefits. In this paper, we estimate the economic value of these benefits.
Rezydencja królewska w Wilanowie to unikalne połączenie zdumiewającej architektury, historii i przyrody. Park w Wilanowie dostarcza wielu korzyści zarówno odwiedzającym go turystom, jak i mieszkańcom Warszawy. W niniejszym badaniu podjęto się oszacowania wartości ekonomicznej tych z korzyści, które mają związek z przyrodą, to jest wartości usług ekosystemowych świadczonych przez park. W oparciu o metodę transferu korzyści wartość usług ekosystemowych dostarczanych przez park w Wilanowie oszacowano na 500 tys. euro rocznie. Choć liczba wydaje się duża, jest znacznie niższa niż wartość innych świadczeń dostarczanych przez zasoby rezydencji.
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