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Miklashevsky Manor

The manor was erected in 1853-1916 for M. Miklashevsky – state councilor, leader of the Katerynoslav nobility, whose family owned these lands since 1802.

The project of the provincial architect F. Hagen was executed in the popular pseudo-Russian style in those years and complemented by features of neo-renaissance and oriental motifs. On the territory of the estate was a splendid English park with fountains and a wonderful panorama. M. Miklashevsky was a representative of a noble family, originating from the son of the Grand Prince of Kyiv V. Monomakh Mstislav and the prince of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania Gediminas.

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Zaporozhye region, Bilenke village

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