It was renovated several times in the past, and during World War II the castle was completely destroyed, mainly by the Nazis who sowed great destruction, both during the suppression of the Polish underground uprising and in their defeat.
The reconstruction of the King's Castle took place between 1971-1984 with the remains of it and its ruins. It was reconstructed in great detail, including frescoes and painted tiles, and antique furniture, works of art and impressive and authentic chandeliers being added.
Today you can see it in all its splendor, because of its iconic appearance and long history it is one of Warsaw's most prominent landmarks.
You can go on a tour of the castle and see donated or restored items, or enter exhibitions of various works of art. Note that in front of the castle is the castle square, and in the middle stands King Zygmunt. The clock tower, part of the castle complex, opens the way to the Old City.