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Manor House Melkof (Castle)

An avenue with magnificent lime trees leads to one of the largest manor houses in the Wilhelminian style in Northern Germany. It was erected between 1885 and 1888 by the architect Gotthilf Ludwig Möckel on behalf of the Chamberlain Konrad Count von Kanitz. ... more

Hunting Lodge Gelbensande

Picturesquely situated in a wooded area of heathland near Rostock, Jagdschloss Gelbensande was once the summer residence of Duke Friedrich Franz III of Mecklenburg (1851 - 1897) and his wife Anastasia Michailovna Romanova (1860 - 1922). ... more

Manor House (Castle) Groß Lüsewitz

Groß Lüsewitz was a feudal estate that was documented for the first time in 1344. Before 1485, it was owned by the feudal lords von Thulendorf. ... more