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Mansion - mini - Gbelany
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Klasicistická kúria je prízemná budova uprostred obce z prvej tretiny 19. storočia so stredným portikom. V okolí kúrie sa nachádza park. V minulosti sa kúria využívala v obci na kultúrne účely. Po roku 1989 objekt a park zostal neudržiavaný a chátral. Po zmene vlastníckych vzťahov začala na kúrii rozsiahla rekonštrukcia.

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