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The history of the „Wagonette” dates back to the second half of the 19th century and has its origins in Europe, especially in France and Great Britain. The Wagonette was designed as a lightweight, open carriage that could accommodate several people and was used for various purposes such as recreational rides, short-distance transportation of people, and in tourism.

A characteristic feature of the Wagonette is its construction, which includes an open passenger compartment with benches facing each other, similar to a bus. It was often equipped with a roofing to protect passengers from the sun or rain.

The Wagonette was widely used as a means of transportation in the 19th and early 20th centuries, especially in tourist destinations, at fairs, or for city tours. Its lightweight construction and ability to transport several people made it popular among tourists and city dwellers looking for a comfortable and enjoyable way to travel.

Wagonettes are still used in some regions as a tourist attraction, for recreation, and in traditional parades or historical events, where they represent a valuable cultural heritage.