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Manor House Dummerstorf


The Dummerstorf manor house is one of the oldest manor houses in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania and is listed under national heritage protection. ... more


Manor House (Castle) Mallin


The first documented reference to the Mallin village was in 1348. The estate had been under the ownership of the von Maltzan family – with interruptions in the 17th and 18th centuries – from the 15th century to 1857. ... more


Manor House Laeven


It is verified that the demesne had been a sheep farm since 1683 and became an independent dairy farm in 1724.    ... more


Castle Ulrichshusen


A romantic moated castle “Schloss Ulrichshusen” lies on a lake of the same name far removed from the main roads in the heart of “Mecklenburg Switzerland”. ... more


Manor House Bandelstorf


Bandelstorf has been termed the ancestral seat of the von Preen family since 1242. Starting in 1827, it was owned by the Schlettwein family and then Eilert von Voß starting in 1908. ... more


Manor House Kuchelmiss


Kuchelmiss had been owned by the Counts von Hahn for centuries, even during the 14th century one `Matthias Hahne residing at Kuchelmiss´ has been mentioned. ... more


Remplin Castle


In the mid-18th century, the von Hahn family built a three-wing Baroque palace at Remplin. Starting in 1865, alterations were carried out by Duke Georg of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, who wanted the palace to reflect the style of the French Renaissance and called upon the services of the Berlin-based architect Friedrich Hitzig. ... more


Herzogliches Palais Rostock


In 1705, Adolf Friedrich II bought what had formerly been a hall of residence belonging to Rostock University, and in 1713, work began under architect Leonhard Christoph Sturm to transform it into a ducal palace for Duke Karl Leopold. ... more