Schloss Trebnitz (manor house)

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Trebnitz Castle - a cosmopolitan place. In 1224 the place and the manor Trebnitz are mentioned in documents for the first time. At that time Trebnitz was situated in the Lubuskie region, which was in the sphere of power of the Silesian princes. The monastery remained the feudal lord of the village until 1498. After a changeful history of ownership, the castle fell by inheritance to the von Brünneck family in 1827. It remained in the family possession until the Red Army expropriated the last landowner Harald von Brünneck in 1945.
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  • Campus Schloss Trebnitz, Foto: Franziska Mandel
  • Schloss Trebnitz, Foto: Franziska Mandel
  • Park of Schloss Trebnitz, Foto: Franziska Mandel
  • Path through the castle park, Foto: Franziska Mandel
  • Schloss Trebnitz, Foto: Michal Zak
  • Schloss Trebnitz, Foto: Franziska Mandel
The castle in its present form was created by reconstruction works around 1900, when the two side wings were added to the present central building. Thus, the simple manor house was transformed into a stately neo-baroque "castle". After the castle was transferred to the municipality in 1945, it was used in many ways until 1992: Military hospital, residential and office building, school, kindergarten and vacation camp. After 1992, with the support of the federal and state governments, the house was extensively renovated and converted into a modern seminar house. Thousands of children, young people and adults from many European countries meet here every year for training and educational programs.

In recent years, almost all the buildings of the historic estate have been restored, so that today visitors are presented with an impressive sight. Numerous initiatives and organizations have settled on the "Campus Schloss Trebnitz", enlivening the grounds with their offerings. In addition, there is a village store with a café, the Gustav Seitz Museum, numerous public works of art and a 26-hectare castle park in the English landscape style.
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Trebnitz Castle - a cosmopolitan place. In 1224 the place and the manor Trebnitz are mentioned in documents for the first time. At that time Trebnitz was situated in the Lubuskie region, which was in the sphere of power of the Silesian princes. The monastery remained the feudal lord of the village until 1498. After a changeful history of ownership, the castle fell by inheritance to the von Brünneck family in 1827. It remained in the family possession until the Red Army expropriated the last landowner Harald von Brünneck in 1945.
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  • Campus Schloss Trebnitz, Foto: Franziska Mandel
  • Schloss Trebnitz, Foto: Franziska Mandel
  • Park of Schloss Trebnitz, Foto: Franziska Mandel
  • Path through the castle park, Foto: Franziska Mandel
  • Schloss Trebnitz, Foto: Michal Zak
The castle in its present form was created by reconstruction works around 1900, when the two side wings were added to the present central building. Thus, the simple manor house was transformed into a stately neo-baroque "castle". After the castle was transferred to the municipality in 1945, it was used in many ways until 1992: Military hospital, residential and office building, school, kindergarten and vacation camp. After 1992, with the support of the federal and state governments, the house was extensively renovated and converted into a modern seminar house. Thousands of children, young people and adults from many European countries meet here every year for training and educational programs.

In recent years, almost all the buildings of the historic estate have been restored, so that today visitors are presented with an impressive sight. Numerous initiatives and organizations have settled on the "Campus Schloss Trebnitz", enlivening the grounds with their offerings. In addition, there is a village store with a café, the Gustav Seitz Museum, numerous public works of art and a 26-hectare castle park in the English landscape style.
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Platz der Jugend 6

15374 Müncheberg OT Trebnitz

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