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Ludwigsburg Castle

Ludwigsburg castle is idyllically situated on the edge of the Greifswald Bodden (Bay of Greifswald). It was built between 1577 and 1592 on the orders of Duke Ernst Ludwig of Pommern-Wolgast as a dowager's residence for his wife. ... more

Manor House Breechen

Breechen was a demesne estate of Wolgast in 1569. Duke Bogislaw XIV dedicated the village to his chamberlain Viktor von Horn in 1629 as a hereditary possession for his loyal service. ... more

Manor House Buggow

The Buggow estate was owned by the von Horn family. ... more

Manor House (Castle, Moated Castle) Divitz

Not far from the small town called Boddenstadt Barth, in the Barthe valley, lies the moated castle called Divitz. It is one of the most important moated castles in the whole of northern Germany. ... more

Manor house Guest

In 1800 the estate was owned by the von Horn family. ... more

Manor House Hohenbüssow

Hohenbüssow is located in the quiet landscape of Tollense Valley, southeast of Demmin. The place was first documented in 1270. The village was part of the Broocker estates and was probably a fief of the Buggenhagen family from 1422 to 1635 (with just a two-year interruption). ... more

Manor House (Castle) Karlsburg

Karlsburg, the village in which stands one of the most beautiful baroque buildings in Vorpommern, dates back to the former Gnatzkow estate. This was in possession of the families von Horn, Schwobe, Buckow and from 1626 on it was owned by the noble family von Normann from Rügen. ... more

Manor House (Castle) Ranzin

The new mansion was built before 1877, after the original manor house had been destroyed by a fire in 1875. ... more

Manor House Steinfurth

The Steinfurth manor house is a one-storey, 12-axle plastered building built in 1911. Above a lunette window are the initials F.U.B.B. (Friedrich Ullrich von Bismarck-Bohlen). ... more