Schloss Schulzendorf

Schloss Schulzendorf

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  • Claudia Hinkelhuber

    Moritz Israel acquired the manor in 1888. For almost 30 years he was co-owner of the oldest and for many decades most famous Berlin department store "Nathan Israel". In 1889 he built a mansion in the neo-renaissance style and two years later gave it to his son Richard Israel and his wife Bianca Cohn for their wedding.
    During the National Socialist era, the Israel family was forced to leave the manor. Some members of the family were deported.
    After the end of the GDR, the palace and park were returned to the heirs of Israel. At the moment the decision on the further use of the castle, which has been placed under ensemble protection with the patronage church, administrator's house and square, still seems to be pending.

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    • December 16, 2020

  • SWE

    The approximately 12.7 hectare property is built on with a castle with a cellar and an inspector's house. Both listed buildings are in need of renovation and have a gross floor area of approx. 4,450 m². Parts of the property are located in a nature reserve.The castle is a single monument, which is under ensemble protection with the village green and the patronage church.Source:

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    • January 5, 2021

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Location: Schulzendorf, Dahme Lakeland, Dahme-Spreewald, Brandenburg, Germany


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