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Manor House Behren-Lübchin

The manor house, built in its present form around 1800, stands above a medieval vaulted cellar. In 2018 the Rensow lords Knut Splett-Henning and his wife Christina von Ahlefeldt-Laurvig acquired the manor house and park.




They cleared out and gutted the house. Inside, stucco and fireplace vaults, which were created by the architect Heinrich Gustav Thormann during a reconstruction in the 19th century, have been preserved.

In February 2019 the artist Wadim Wolf acquired the manor house. He plans to turn the manor house and park into a spiritual temple of beauty with sculptures and plants.

A large granary was restored in Behren-Lübchin.


Structure of ownership prior to 1945:

1184

earliest mentioned in a document

1779-1782

Chamberlain Bernhard Matthias Count von Bassewitz (at Dalwitz)

1782-1790

Countess von Bassewitz (Chamberlain Bernhard Matthias Graf von Bassewitz (at Dalwitz))

1790-1794

Chamberlain Georg Christoph von Behr (see Grammow, Nustrow, Alt- and Neu Stassow)

1794-1802

Privy Councillor Carl Ernst von Schack (see Grammow, Nustrow, Alt- and Neu Stassow)

1802-1804

Johann Julius Koophamel

1804-1830

Johann Julius Christian Koophamel

1830-1839

Moritz Gottfried Ludwig Peters

1839-1847

Wilhelm Wackerow

1847-1855

August Helmut Wilhelm von Heyden-Linden

1855-1858

Heinrich Karl Ernst von Blücher

1858-1871

Ernst Wilhelm Friedrich Peters

1871-1873

Chamberlain Hermann Friedrich August von Behr-Negendank

1873-1888

Chamberlain Hermann August von Behr-Negendank

1888-(1930)

Heino Friedrich Georg Adolph von Behr-Negendank (see Passow)

(1937)-(1939)

Hans-Jasper von Behr (see Neverin)


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