Legal help needed! We are trying to rescue a neo-classical palace from 1890 in Dargosław (Dargislaff, Poland), in the municipality of Brojce (Broitz) in the district of Gryfice (Greifenberg in Pommern). Its Polish owner, who resides in Berlin, transferred ownership of it from himself as a natural person to a limited liability company registered in … Czytaj dalejA chance to save the palace in Dargosław – looking for a lawyer!
Finally a monument! At the request of our Foundation, the Lubuski Provincial Conservator of Monuments initiated proceedings for the entry of historical greenery at the junction of ul. Folwarczna and ul. Sportowa in Słubice to the register of monuments of the Lubuskie Voivodeship. It is an area that in the years 1927-1945 was the greenery … Czytaj dalejHistoric greenery of the Ostmark Stadium offically declared a monument
Palace in Łęg (n. Śrem, Wielkopolska) The eclectic manor house was created in 1904 by rebuilding and merging two former manor outbuildings or an outbuilding and a manor house. The work was carried out by the then owner, Władysław Szczepkowski. It is a vast, two-storey building set on the projection of the letter L, covered … Czytaj dalejOur actions towards saving the Szczepkowscy manor in Łęg
Truly good news! Thanks to our efforts the impressive, long neglected castle in Ratno Dolne (formerly Niederrathen) has finally found a new, caring owner. Mr. Karol Glowa, a Cracovian entrepreneur, is planning to renovate the estate and open there an educational centre (quote from the interview with Mr. Glowa in Gazeta Klodzka, translated): An environmental … Czytaj dalejA great success – Ratno has a new caring owner!