Zimna Brzeźnica (Germ. Kaltenbriesnitz)
In XVI century in Zimna Brzeźnica a defense manor was built for the family of von Haugwitz. At the end of XIX century the building burnt. In its vicinity in XIX century the family of von Heuthausen built a classicistic palace and manor. The palace was rebuilt several times.
After World War Two the palace was a part of PGR (State Agricultural Farms) – it held apartments and office areas. Ever since it was falling into ruin.
Nowadays both the manor as well as the palace complex are desolate. The remainings of the park 5,2ha became wild and therefore the access to the palace is very limited: I was taken there by some habitants of Zimna Brzeźnica. Without their kind help I wouldn’t be able to approach the ruins of the palace (just as Andrew couldn’t find the road and he just left for a short while to repark the car ;))
Not far from the palace on the area of an old German cemetery there’s a brick bell tower built in 1835.
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