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Mansion and its Surroundings - Povazske Podhradie
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Stavba kaštieľa začatá okolo roku 1750, dokončená roku 1775. Kaplnka v kaštieli postavená v rokoch 1763-1764. Kaplnku opravili po roku 1960. Dvojpodlažná štvorkrídlová budova dvojtraktovej dispozície s arkádovým dvorom s prerušeným zadným traktom. V strede hlavného priečelia obráteného smerom k rieke je trojosový akcentovaný rizalit so schodišťom v dvorovej časti. Arkády dvora segmentové, na poschodí so štíhlymi stĺpikmi. Kaplnka, umiestnená v nároží prízemia, má zachované pôvodné členenie stien. Fasáda na rizalite členená pilastrami a zakončená volútovým štítom. V oknách na prízemí rokokové mreže. Manzardová strecha s plechovou vežičkou. Miestnosti zaklenuté krížovými a pruskými klenbami, zoradené na spôsob enfilád. V izbách pôvodné dvere. V pivnici kaštieľa tri kamenné erby a kamenná doska z roku 1777. Ku kaštieľu prilieha komplex hospodárskych budov a sýpka zo začiatku 18. storočia. Kaštieľ je nevyužívaný, spustnutý, potreboval by rekonštrukciu. Je verejnosti neprístupný.

Copyright: Slavomír Lapka
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Hochgeladen: 04/05/2012
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