Neo-baroque palace

The neo-Baroque palace was built in the 19th century for the von Dresky family. It was extended in 1860 and 1878. The two-story building has a turret topped with a helmet and lumens. The palace is enclosed by a romantic landscape park laid out in 1878. In the complex there is also an interesting farm building with a turret and an entrance gate. It served residential purposes. On its facade, note the interesting relief made of sandstone and a tablet commemorating the owner of the estate, count Victor von Wartensleben.

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Neo-Baroque palace


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