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Manor House Deven

The property was owned by the von Kargow family. Possession later went to the von Hahn and von Below. On the night of November 5 to 6, 1832, Mr. von Below is murdered. The manor was then administered by Herr von Saldern on Groß Plasten. It was finally sold in 1836. In the sale advertisement it is mentioned that the manor house was built about 40 years ago. ... more

Manor House (Castle) Gross Plasten

A document proves the first mentioning of the village of Gross Plasten on September 8th, 1284. Owner of the estate in 1790 is Regierungsrat (senior civil servant) von Normann, who probably had the main building erected in 1751. ... more

Manor House (Castle) Klein Plasten

Seen from Gross Plasten on the opposite side of the Klein Plasten lake lies the village with the same name. Klein Plasten was also first mentioned in records of 1284. ... 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 Lindenberg in the community of Userin

In 1838 Chamberlain von Kamptz purchased plots of arable land in the fields of Userin and Gross Quassow and had a large residential building erected. ... more

Manor House Sophienhof, Community of Grabowhöfe

In 1945 the main building of the manor house was blasted by SS units, after parts of the art collections of the Berlin museums and other museums had been transferred here since 1944. Parts of the wings remained intact and are now inhabited. ... more