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Legal foundations of administration in Belarus in XIV-XVIII cc.

List of documents relating to the architecture of castles, palaces and manors of the 18th - 20th centuries
Brest Region

Belarusian State Archives of Scientific and Technical Documentation

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Brest district, the village of Malye Shchitniki Manor complex The manor complex comprised a manor house, a wing, the Church of the Intercession (Pokrovskaya Tserkov), a coach-house, and a picturesque park. The one-storeyed, brick manor house was built in the mid-19th century. The facades, interiors and design were considerably altered in the 1960s. A monument of manor architecture. Complex research, the architectural & construction design; 1985 122/1-p 228-242
Kamenets district, the village of Vysokoe Palace & park complex Built in classical style in the 1st half of the 19th C. on the west bank of the Pulva River, this complex included a palace and two wings. Only the facades have survived their original form. A monument of the palace & park architecture. National Cultural Heritage Object (2nd category). Project, the architectural & construction design; (1960-1970) 91/1-p 188-189
Pinsk district, the village of Zapolie  Manor house Built in the 1920s, this house has baroque and classicism elements. A monument of wooden architecture. National Cultural Heritage Object (2nd category). The architectural & construction design; (1960-1970) 91/1-p 4
Pruzhany district, the town of Pruzhany Manor house Built in the mid-19th C. to design by the architect Lanti, this manor complex included a stone manor house in the Italian Renaissance, two stone wings and a park. A monument of manor architecture. National Cultural Heritage Object (2nd category). The architectural & construction design; (1960-1970) 91/1-p 5
Pruzhany district, the township of Ruzhany Palace complex Built in the early 17th century for Leo Sapega, the palace was rebuilt in 1784 - 1786 by the architect Ja. Becker into a palace complex linking with a surrounding picturesque landscape. The entrance gates are performed as a triumphal arch. Largely baroque, the palace also has pure classical  elements. During the First World War & the Second World War the Ruzhany Palace was severely damaged. A monument of the palace & park architecture. National Cultural Heritage Object (2nd category). Complex research; 1972-1973 91/1-p 190-200
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