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Manor House Amholz

The manor house was built in its actual form by rebuilding an older building around 1900 and is now renovated and inhabited. ... more

Farmhouse Badekow

Manor House Brahlstorf

Brahlstorf was an old possession of the von Pentz family, who lived here until the property was pledged to the von Bülow family in 1707. ... more

Manor House Düssin

The Düssin manor house, a compact building with a mighty hipped roof, was probably built at the end of the 18th century. ... more

Manor House Gresse

Gresse, a few kilometers north of Boizenburg and right next to the Boize River, was documented for the first time in 1297. Here is where the romantic manor house is located, on a small island in the middle of a beautiful park. ... more

Manor House Weitenfeld

In 1848 the estate was owned by Georg Nicolaus Gerstenkorn, in 1908 by Georg Gade auf Boldekow, followed by the Schröder family. ... more

Wiebendorf Estate

The Wiebendorf manor house was blown up in 1945.  The picture shows the remains of the former orangery.  Martin Haller was the architect of the large house with its 37-meter-high (121-feet-high) tower. ... more