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

Lisr of documents relating to the architecture of castles, palaces and manors of the 12th - 19th centuries
Minsk Region

Belarusian State Archives of Scientific and Technical Documentation

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Cherven district, the township of Smilovichi Palace complex Built in the 2nd half of the 19th century, this complex included two palaces and many auxilary buildings. One of the palaces has not survived. The other, two-storeyed palace with bay windows has neo-Romanesque elements. A monument of manor architecture. Complex research, measurements, interiors; [1970s] 91/1-p 298-301
Kletsk district, the village of  Krasnaia Zvezda (formerly Radzivillimonty) Palace & park complex "Radzivillimonty" Built in classical style in 1780-1783 by the architect K. Spampani. The outer walls of the palace are made of oak timber, the inner walls are stone. A monument of manor architectur. National Cultural Heritage Object (2nd category) Complex research, area sketch, measurements; 1974 91/1-p 287-297
Nesvizh district, the town of Nesvizh Palace & park complex Begun in 1583 by Nickolai Radzivill Sirotka, the construction was originally supervised by the Italian architect Giovanni Maria Bernardoni. Behind the fortifications there were three separate stone buildings. Later the buildings were repeatedly altered and connected by the architectural inserts into a closed court. The Central section, rebuilt in the 18th century, is marked for its peculiar architecture and artistic design. The castle architecture demonstrates a mixture of various styles of the 16th-18th cc. The complex includes a palace, a park, and fortified structures. A monument of the palace & castle architecture. This cultural heritage object is proposed for inscription on the UNESCO's World Heritage List. Research data; 1969-1976 91/1-p 284-286
Nesvizh district, the village of Snov Palace & park complex Built in classical style in 1827 by the architect B. Tychetski. This complex comprises a palace and a park. The central building of the palace has two storeys, the wings are one-storeyed. The palace is distinguished for its spatial composition, clear design and pure classical forms. A monument of manor architecture. National Cultural Heritage Object (2nd category). The architectural and construction design; (1960-1970) 91/1-p 118
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