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Manor House (Castle) Neetzow

The Neetzow manor house was built by Friedrich Hitzig, a pupil of Schinkel, from 1848 to 1851 in neo-Gothic style for Wilhelm von Kruse. ... more

Varchentin Manor (Castle)

The manor house was built in the Tudor Gothic style in 1847.  The architect of the imposing building was the Swiss Auguste de Meuron, who erected numerous buildings, mainly city villas, in Hamburg. ... more

Manor House Kagenow

Kagenow was first mentioned in documents in 1307. In the middle of the 14th century there were two estates in the village, one was in possession of the knight Martin von Winterfeld, owner of the other was the Heyden family.  ... more

Estate Klein Varchow

Nowadays the village of Klein Varchow does no longer exist, it was incorporated into the village of Klein Flotow; the manor house has disappeared too. In the 14th century, the Kruse (later Krause) dynasty resided in the castle at Varchow - Varchow is therefore considered their ancestral seat. ... more

Manor House Krusenfelde

Krusenfelde was a feudal estate which originally belonged to the neighbouring village of Gramzow. Around 1861 the then owner Wilhelm von Kruse had the Krusenfelde outlying estate established in the district. (A small farm belonging to a large-scale agricultural unit) ... more

Estate Krusenkrien

The village Krusenkrien is a part of the municipality Krusenfelde. The names refer to the von Kruse family which resided in Neetzow and was rich by owning several agricultural estates in this area, also Krusenfelde and Krusenkrien Krusenkrien was first mentioned in 1891. ... more