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Mansion - Divinka
Slovakia

Kaštieľ je dvojpodlažná dvojkrídlová budova s pôdorysom v tvare L. Na nárožiach starej budovy v poschodí okrúhle arkiere, dosadajúce do steny mušľovým ornamentom. Okná majú renesančné kamenné ostenie. Fasáda horizontálne delená sgrafitovými pásmi. Vstupný portál z nádvorovej časti je lemovaný kamennou šambránou, nad ním kamenný reliéf dvojerbu s nápisom a letopočtom 1723 datujúcim prestavbu. Miestnosti prízemia zaklenuté krížovými hrebienkovými a valenými klenbami s lunetou. Na poschodí podobné klenby, len hlavná miestnosť má drevený trámový strop.

Copyright: Slavomír Lapka
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Resolution: 19244x9622
Hochgeladen: 03/05/2012
Aktualisiert: 19/10/2012
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