Mansion Justhovsky renecaince - Necpaly
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Mansion Justhovsky renecaince - Necpaly

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Renaissance castle

It is the oldest mansion in Necpaly. Characteristic are two towers on the southern facade. The entrance is located from the side (on the east side). Above the portal is inscribed with chronostikon Erexit Ope Dei CharaPoserit AIDN AD 1673 10th Iuly According to this it can be assumed that the mansion was completed in 1673. Monogram A.I.D.N. is most likely A (ndrej) I (usth) D (e) N (eczpal). Above the entrance is a Renaissance oriel with gable attic. In the 19th century passed into the hands of the family Franklinovcov. Last approximately 100 years is uninhabited and probably into the second third of the 20th century was used as a store of grain. After 1989 he was returned to its original owner. In the 90 Between the fixed roof.

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