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  • Siegfried LG

    Wizlaw III. the last Slavic prince of Rügen gave 1321 land in Hohendorf the family Hup. In the 15th century the family bought some land from the east and in the 17th century they owned the estate completely.Since 1733 Gut Hohendorf is owned by the family of Klot-Trautvetter, founded by the majorate of Johan Reinhold von Trautvetter († 1741). By inheritance it passed to his nephew Wilhelm Reinhold Freiherr von Klot, the name and coat of arms of which Trautvetter added to his title.The castle as a manor was designed by Karl Friedrich Schinkel in neoclassical, Gothic style for Ernst Malte Freiherr von Klot-Trautvetter and built by Friedrich Hitzig in 1854 after his death. According to other information, the castle was built either in 1840 or in 1858 and 1859 on the foundations of the previous mansion. Around 1900, the owners had the mansion redesigned again.
    The estate owned seven estates and about 2500 hectares of land.
    At the end of the Second World War, the castle was looted and the interior was destroyed. This was followed by the destruction of the keep during the GDR era. The rest of the castle was used as a retirement home during this time. After reunification Hubertus Count von Klot-Trautvetter (1929-2015) returned to the castle and bought it for a German Mark of the local government. Immediately thereafter, the renovation started, which was completed in 1993.In 2010/11, a Lübeck man bought the castle for 700,000 euros on the occasion of a compulsory auction. The company Rosehr-Projekte converts the former castle hotel into a residential building with 33 apartments between 22 and 74 m². In addition, an event hall and a bar are to be created. In cooperation with the gifted students of the University of Rostock concerts of classical music will take place in the castle.Source:
    de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schloss_Hohendorf

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    • November 20, 2017

  • Siegfried LG

    Wizlaw III. the last Slavic Prince of Rügen donated land in 1321 in Hohendorf the family Hup. In the 15th century the family bought some land from the east and in the 17th century they owned the estate completely.

    Since 1733 Gut Hohendorf is owned by the family von Klot-Trautvetter, founded by the majorate of Johan Reinhold von Trautvetter († 1741). By inheritance it passed to his nephew Wilhelm Reinhold Freiherr von Klot, the name and coat of arms of which Trautvetter added to his title.

    The castle as a manor was designed by Karl Friedrich Schinkel in neoclassical, Gothic style for Ernst Malte Freiherr von Klot-Trautvetter and built by Friedrich Hitzig in 1854 after his death. According to other sources, the castle was built either in 1840 or in 1858 and 1859 on the foundations of the previous mansion. Around 1900, the owners had the mansion redesigned again.
    The estate owned seven estates and about 2500 hectares of land.

    At the end of the Second World War, the castle was looted and the interior was destroyed. This was followed by the destruction of the keep during the GDR era. The rest of the castle was used as a retirement home during this time. After reunification Hubertus Count von Klot-Trautvetter (1929-2015) returned to the castle and bought it for a German Mark of the local government. Immediately thereafter, the renovation began, which was completed in 1993.

    In 2010/11, a Lübeck man bought the castle for 700,000 euros on the occasion of a foreclosure sale. The Rosehr projects company is converting the former castle hotel into a residential building with 33 apartments between 22 and 74 m². In addition, an event hall and a bar are to be created. In cooperation with the gifted students of the University of Rostock concerts of classical music are held in the castle.

    Source:
    de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schloss_Hohendorf

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    • November 20, 2017

  • HansJoergOtt

    Very nice castle, but also a bit hidden.

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    • June 14, 2017

  • harundo

    The castle is completely renovated and there are regular concerts.

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    • February 10, 2018

  • RadlerJan

    Nice castle, interesting story.
    More information: de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schloss_Hohendorf

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    • September 28, 2020

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