Radola Manor House

Region: Region Žilina (Žilinský kraj)
District: Kysucké Nové Mesto
City / Municipality: Radoľa
Latitude:49° 17' 26.35296" / 49.2906536
Longitude:18° 47' 38.897160000198" / 18.794138100000055
Included in categories: Mansions and Palaces
Radola The manor-house in Radola is one of the oldest historical monuments in Kysuce region, Slovakia. Historical research suggests that the oldest part of the building dates to between 1550 and 1575. In the second half of the 17th century, the building was reconstructed, probably as part of the major development of Kysuce. At that time the manor house was a part of the Budatin lordship owned by Suňog family, whose descendants owned it until 1798, when the budatin lordship passed into the ownership of the Csaky family. The well preserved manor house in Radola represents a renessaince type of yeoman's habitation and initially it was apparently fortified by a castle wall. From the 19th century to the year 1977 it served for residential purposes. After the reconstruction of the mansion there is a permanent exhibition of the Kysucké museum (seat in city of Čadca) since 1983. ... Read more
Preserved
Renaissance

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