Chyrvony Berah Palace
Style: Neo-Gothic. Built in 1890-93 according to a plan of an architect Shreter.
History: This palace was built on the bank of Dabasna river in the village of Chyrvony Berah, Zhlobin region. It belonged to general-leutenant M.C. Hatouski, and since 1891 it was in the ownership of V.A. Pakleuski-Kazela. The building houses currently an agricultural college.
Plan: The Estate consists of the Palace, Fligel, household buildings, and park. The entire territory of Estate (12 hectars) was surrounded by high brick wall with entrance gates in Neo-Gothic style. The park with the garden are planned in an English free landscape style. It was landscaped on top of previous formal French-style garden. The park had a bathing pavillion, plastered veranda for site overlooking. Staples, Fligel, water-tower, barn were aligned along the central alley, leading from the gates to the Palace. The 2-story Palace has anfilade-corridor plan. The reception hall is decorated in Pococo style. Two big fireplaces, built in neo-gothic style, surround the main entrance. Frescas, plaster modelling, ornamental flowers decorate the halls. The 1-story gust house - Fligel - has the same architectural solutions.
"Arhitektura Belarusi. Encyklapedychny davednik" ed.: A.A. Voinau and others, Minsk, Publishing house "Belaruskaia Encyklapedyia" named after Piatrus' Brouka, 1993. ISBN 5-85700-078-5.
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