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Wesselstorf Manor


Like most other estates in Mecklenburg, Wesselstorf can look back on a history of several hundred years. ... more


Manor House (Castle) Brookhusen


The manor house in Brookhusen was probably built in 1800 and converted to the so-called “castle” at the end of the 19th century. It was owned by Johann Jakobb Maue until 1826, the von Stern family from 1826 to 1833, the von Schack family from 1833 to 1840, and Consul Martin Köster from 1840. ... more


Manor house Gubkow


The Gubkow property has consisted of both feudal estates Hohen Gubkow and Sieden Gubkow since the Middle Ages. ... more


Estate Helmstorf


Structure of ownership prior to 1945: ... more


Estate Kokendorf


In 1704 the village of Kokendorf, which consisted of eight farms, was divided. Three belonged to Colonel de Puits of Wehnendorf, five farms were owned by Captain von der Hardt of Gubkow. ... more


Manor House Lieblingshof


In 1807 the estate was in possession of Johann Hillmann followed in 1842 by John Sansum, in 1843 owned by Richard Moritz Oppenheimer and in 1857 it belonged to  Ludwig Friedrich Bernhard von Arnim. ... more


Manor House Poppendorf


Poppendorf is located in the so-called eastern suburbs of the Hanseatic town of Rostock. The village road leads you right to the former estate. Its centered around the manor house, which is now known as “Musenhof”. ... more