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Manor House (castle) Alt Sammit

Alt Sammit was first mentioned in documents written in 1274. A castle of the von Weltzien family stood here, destroyed during the Thirty-Years War 1638. ... more

Gutshaus Goldenitz

Goldenitz, located in the southwest of Hagenow, was first mentioned in 1230 in the Ratzeburg tithe register. Until 1695 the estate was owned by the baronial von Lützow family, who owned several estates in the surrounding area, including Vietz, Hülseburg and Harst. ... more

Manor House Mühlen Eichsen

Mühlen-Eichsen lies in a deep ground depression in the Stepenitz river valley - the small river runs right through the middle of the village. ... more

Manor House Mühlenbeck

A few kilometres southwest of Schwerin lies Mühlenbeck with its manor house which was built around 1860; it has been lavishly restored after many years of vacancy and now shines in new splendour. ... more

Manor House Schönfeld near Mühlen Eichsen

As early as 1194, there had already been the mention of “Sconenuelde” as a trust property in the tithe register of the Bishops of Ratzeburg. It is presumed to have been first pledged to the Lords von Schönfeld. ... more

Warlitz Manor House

Around the year 1230 [1230-1340] Johannes Gans occupied the property of Wargelitz, almost six kilometers (4 miles) south of Hagenow, as a feudatory of the bishop. ... more