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Manor House Schönhausen


There was a medieval castle in Schönhausen. The manor house was built according to plans by Friedrich Wilhelm Buttel for the von Michael family in 1843. ... more


The Belvedere in Broda, Neubrandenburg


From its elevated position, the terrace of the Belvedere offers a magnificent view across Neubrandenburg's lake, Tollensesee. ... more


Manor House Ganzkow


The Ganzkow manor house is a one-storey, plastered, half-timbered building with a classic kerb roof. It was constructed at the beginning of the 18th century. The building consists of an 11-axle, long-stretched central building as well as two adjacent square wing buildings. ... more


Ihlenfeld Manor House


The original Ihlenfeld manor house was a plain, one-storey residential building of the von Rieben family, who owned the estate at the time. In 1810, the estate was purchased by the bailiff von Michael, who had the simple manor house rebuilt around 1850 by the master builder Friedrich Wilhelm Buttel in the English Tudor Gothic style with high corner towers and a three-axle central risalit. ... more


Manor House Klockow


The manor house was built in 1853 according to plans by Friedrich Wilhelm Buttel. It was erected in gothic revival style as a two storey rendered building with central risalit. ... more


Manor House (Castle) Leppin


Leppin is situated approximately 10 kilometres southeast of Neubrandenburg. From 1694 to 1705 the estate was in possession of the von Genzkow family. In 1705 Katharine Christine von Genzkow married Hans Felix von Oertzen. He had a horse shoe shaped manor house erected. ... more


Manor House Lichtenberg


The estate owned by Balthasar Ludwig von Wendessen was in 1793 leased out to Amtsinspektor Sponholtz (administration superior) and in 1812 to one Herr Burchardt. ... more


Manor House (Castle) Semlow


The manor house in Semlow is situated on the site of a Slavic castle. The middle section of the two-storey mansion was built around 1825 in Neoclassical style. It was based on the plans of the Strelitz architect F. W. Buttel on behalf of the then owner, Carl August von Behr-Negendank. ... more