Mansion - Radola
Kaštieľ Radoľa je historická pamiatka v regióne Kysuce. Dnes radíme kaštieľ respektíve vznik jeho najstaršej časti približne do druhej polovice 16. storočia. Jednalo sa o obytnú štvorcovú dvojpodlažná budovu. Kaštieľ Radoľa bol pri rozširovaní majera prestavaný asi v druhej polovici 17. storočia. Kaštieľ patril do budatinského panstva, ktorému vládli Suňogovci (až do roku 1798), neskôr prešlo do vlastníctva Csákyovcov. Obec Radoľa bola pôvodne súčasť starohradského panstva, krátku dobu bola i v majetku Matúša Čáka.
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