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Mansion - Teplicka nad Vahom
Slovakia

Terajšie východné krídlo kaštieľa postavili koncom 16. storočia ako prvé. V druhej polovici 17. storočia ho zväčšili o západné krídlo so štvorhrannými vežami. Dnešná úprava ako aj rozdelenie objektu je zo začiatku 20.storočia.Pôvodne monumentálny a reprezentačný kaštieľ má štvorkrídlový pôdorys s ústredným dvorom. Najstaršie východné krídlo je dnes najviac spustošené, s polygonálnou kaplnkou na juhovýchodnom nároží. Na kaplnke sa zachovali lomené okná s kružbami, riešené na spôsob gotických. Na palácovej stavbe, predstavujúcej veľký priestor pôvodne asi s rovným stropom, sú čiastočne renesančné ostenia okien, lemované sgrafitovou ornamentikou, ktorej časť odstránili v roku 1955. Hlavné západné priečelie je trinásťosové, na nárožiach s poschodovými vežami. V strednom plytkom rizalite je polkruhovo ukončený portál, nad ktorým je vzdutá rímsa. Okná sú pozdĺžne s rímsou v parapete i supraporte. Nad oknami prvého poschodia sú ďalšie vetracie otvory, osvetľujúce podkrovie. Široká podstrešná rímsa ukončuje fasády, na nárožných vežiach je kordónová rímsa, oveľa širšia a masívnejšia. Dvor pôvodne obkľučovali takmer segmentové arkády. Dnes sú arkády zamurované, s novými oknami. Vzhľadom na využitie pre byty pozmenili aj pôvodnú dispozíciu objektu.Objekt je využívaný na bývanie a chátra!

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送信日: 20/04/2012
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