Ruins of a fortified manor house

The ruins of a Renaissance fortified manor house built in the 16th century on the site of a mid-14th century residential tower (which is incorporated into the left wing of the house). The building was destroyed by the Swedes in the 17th c. and immediately rebuilt. Reconstructed again in the 18th and 19th centuries, and later in the 1930s, after WWII it became a state agricultural property. Since then, it has been falling into ruin. The brick and stone complex consists of three rectangular wings surrounding the inner courtyard which was originally closed with a screen wall. A19th century bridge over a moat, which originally enclosed the estate, leads to the courtyard.

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