Schloss Trebnitz (manor house)

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Trebnitz Castle – a cosmopolitan place
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  • Schloss Trebnitz, Foto: Franziska Mandel
  • Campus Schloss Trebnitz, Foto: Franziska Mandel
  • Schloss Trebnitz, Foto: Franziska Mandel
  • Park des Schloss Trebnitz, Foto: Schloss Trebnitz
  • Schloss Trebnitz, Foto: Franziska Mandel
The town and the Trebnitz estate are first mentioned in documents in 1224. At that time, Trebnitz was in Lebuser Land, which was in an area controlled by the Princes of Silesia. The monastery remained the feudal lord of the village until 1498. After an eventful ownership history, the castle was inherited by the von Brünneck family in 1827. It continued to be owned by the family until the Red Army evicted the last estate owner, Harald von Brünneck.

The castle in its present form was created by restructuring in around 1900. The two side wings were added at that time to what is now the central structure This turned the simple manor house into a splendid Neo-Baroque “castle”. Once the castle was handed over to the local authority in 1945, it was put to many uses until 1992: a military hospital, residential and office buildings, school, kindergarten and holiday resort. After 1992, the house was comprehensively restored, with the support of the Federal and state government; it is now a modern seminar building.

The castle grounds date back to Captain Georg Friedrich von Ziethen, who was the landlord in Trebnitz from 1707. He was close friends with the botanist Dr. Gleditzsch, who created the gardens. It is said that, during this, time, the gardens included many foreign trees and Indian shrubs, which were famous sights then, according to the village chronicle of Pastor Lehmann.
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Trebnitz Castle – a cosmopolitan place
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  • Schloss Trebnitz, Foto: Franziska Mandel
  • Campus Schloss Trebnitz, Foto: Franziska Mandel
  • Schloss Trebnitz, Foto: Franziska Mandel
  • Park des Schloss Trebnitz, Foto: Schloss Trebnitz
The town and the Trebnitz estate are first mentioned in documents in 1224. At that time, Trebnitz was in Lebuser Land, which was in an area controlled by the Princes of Silesia. The monastery remained the feudal lord of the village until 1498. After an eventful ownership history, the castle was inherited by the von Brünneck family in 1827. It continued to be owned by the family until the Red Army evicted the last estate owner, Harald von Brünneck.

The castle in its present form was created by restructuring in around 1900. The two side wings were added at that time to what is now the central structure This turned the simple manor house into a splendid Neo-Baroque “castle”. Once the castle was handed over to the local authority in 1945, it was put to many uses until 1992: a military hospital, residential and office buildings, school, kindergarten and holiday resort. After 1992, the house was comprehensively restored, with the support of the Federal and state government; it is now a modern seminar building.

The castle grounds date back to Captain Georg Friedrich von Ziethen, who was the landlord in Trebnitz from 1707. He was close friends with the botanist Dr. Gleditzsch, who created the gardens. It is said that, during this, time, the gardens included many foreign trees and Indian shrubs, which were famous sights then, according to the village chronicle of Pastor Lehmann.
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Platz der Jugend 6

15374 Müncheberg OT Trebnitz

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Weather Today, 17. 8.

18 33
Mostly cloudy throughout the day.

  • Thursday
    20 32
  • Friday
    19 26

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