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Mansion - Gbelany
Slovakia

Barokový kaštieľ bol postavený v strede obce v polovici 18. storočia, Je to poschodový objekt s pôdorysom v tvare písmena U, s čestným nádvorím. Jeho štvrtú stranu uzatvára samostatná prízemná budova s vysokou atikou a širokou, segmentovo ukončenou vstupnou bránou. Pri kaštieli je park, do ktorého je orientovaná fasáda so stredným rizalitom s tympanónom. Nad rizalitom je malá vežička. Vo vnútri sú miestnosti s pruskými klenbami. Kaštieľ s parkom je ohradený kamenným múrom. V rokoch 1978 - 1982 prešiel rekonštrukciou a sídlila v ňom Správa Národného parku Malá Fatra. Po reštitúciách prešiel do súkromného vlastníctva.

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