Gut Wahlstorf is a rarely well-preserved example of a 16th century estate. It includes a manor house and a farm that is now run by a foundation. The mansion, a former moated castle, is located at the end of a lime tree avenue on the Schwentine and the southeastern shore of Lake Lanker. It is moved by moats, which are fed by the Schwentine. Of building-historical importance is the estate, because it has as one of the oldest of its kind still a late medieval architectural style in little changed form. The farm buildings are impressive testimonies of early half-timbered architecture.
Source: www / schusteracht.de
December 11, 2019
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