Manor in Nowa Wieś

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Nowa Wieś

Manor in Nowa Wieś

Nowa Wieś, 6 miles north-west of Warka, located on province route 730.

Sources speak of the village as early as in the 15th century. Under Prussian occupation, Nowa Wieś belonged to General Lindner. In 1805, Lindner sold it to Antoni Aleksander Borowski, who built a Classicist brick manor, which has been preserved until today.

In 1896, the property was purchased by Michał Daszewski, who left it to his son, pioneer fruit farmer Tadeusz Marian Daszewski in 1909.

After World War II, Nowa Wieś was the seat of the Horticulture Research Institute in Skierniewice (Zakład Naukowo-Badawczy Instytutu Sadownictwa w Skierniewicach).

Later, the manor returned to the former owner’s heirs and currently, it is unoccupied.

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