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Mansion - Jasenica
Slovakia

Kaštieľ Jasenica sa nachádza asi 12 km od mesta Považská Bystrica v obci Jasenica ( 311 m n. m ). Prvá písomná zmienka o obci pochádza z roku 1269,kde sa uvádza ako „ Jezencha”ˇ. V tomto období patrila nitrianskemu biskupovi a to až do roku 1394, kedy obec patriacu Trenčianskej župe predal Mikulášovi Szunyghovi. Szunyogovci patrili k popredným zemianskym rodom v Uhorsku. Po roku 1460 sa stali držiteľmi Budatína. Ich zásluhou bol vvroku 1618 postavený pôvodne renesančný kaštieľ, ktorý je zároveň aj najstarším objektom v obci. Dal ho postaviť Daniel Szunyogh, trenčiansky slúžny, čo dokumentuje aj nápis umiestnený nad hlavným vchodom do kaštieľa. Kaštieľ bol v 18. storočí zbarokizovaný a ďalšie úpravy na objekte sa robili aj v 19. a 20. storočí. Dvojpodlažná budova s dvojtraktovou dispozíciou má pôdorys v tvare L. Pôvodné schodište je dvojramenné . Renesančné valené klenby z lunetami nachádzajúce sa v miestnostiach a trámové stropy na poschodí boli vymenené za rovné. Z hľadiska záchrany kultúrneho dedičstva sa k celkovej obnove kaštieľa pristúpilo v roku 2003. V súčasnosti slúži ako kultúrne a turistické zariadenie, ktoré je svojim umiestnením v tichej lokalite, jedinečným miestom na relax v srdci krásnej Papradnianskej doliny.

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