Hrozava (the second version of the name: Hrozau) - is a large village of Kapyl district, Minsk region of Belarus. The main and virtually the only attraction, landmark and sight of Hrozava is the ruins of a small palace. This palace was built in the second half of the 18th century as the central building within a vast and picturesque manor complex that was formerly located in the village of Hrozava. This estate has changed its owners many times. In the heyday, in the second half of the 19th century, the estate in the village of Hrozava included many buildings for various purposes, as well as a beautiful park with ponds and alleys. Unfortunately, until now, only the ruins of the central palace have survived from the entire estate complex. The fact is that the palace in the village of Hrozava was badly damaged during the Second World War. Nonetheless, already in the 1950s, the manor house was partially restored. Then, at various times, the manor building in the village of Hrozava was used as a school, an orphanage and a hostel. In the late 1970s, the palace was abandoned and was empty for a long time. In the 2010s, there were plans for the reconstruction of the palace in the village of Hrozava and the creation of a holiday home on its basis. Several stages of construction work were carried out, but then the work stopped and no longer progress. At the same time, the state of the manor house is only getting worse from year to year, at the moment we can already say that we are talking about ruins. It seems that the estate is being destroyed faster than being restored. Nevertheless, the palace in the village of Hrozava is still an interesting landmark, sight and attraction of Belarus, an architectural monument of the 18th century, as well as a cultural and historical value of the country.

Hrozava

Hrozava

Hrozava

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Sketches of Napoleon Orda, Hrozava:

Sketches of Napoleon Orda, Hrozava