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Hagen is mentioned in the oldest city book of Kiel from 1264, as indago comitis (game reserve of the count). In 1543, Christoph Pogwisch was the owner of the Hagen and Dobersdorf estates.Through the marriage of Lucia Pogwisch on September 1st, 1646 with Hinrich Blome, the Hagen estate was brought into the Blome family. During the Blomesch period, the two large manor houses were built on Hagen and Dobersdorf, Hagen von Hinrich Blome and Dobersdorf in 1770/72 by great-grandson Christoph Blome. Both houses are among the most beautiful and significant buildings on our estates. Hagen stands at the beginning of the Baroque period and Dobersdorf at the end.The construction of the manor house should have started after the marriage in 1647, it was finished in 1649, as the large letters serving as wall anchors prove.
Hinrich Blome was a district administrator and bailiff from Rendsburg. At Hagen he bought Farve and Waterneversdorf. He died at the Hagen estate in 1676 at the age of 60 after being appointed Royal Danish Privy Councilor. He left Lucia and 9 children. The house remained in the Blomes heritage until 1814. The estate then became a family foundation until it was bought up and relocated by the country company in 1930. The manor house was acquired by the municipality of Probsteierhagen. The gatehouse, tenant's house and various small buildings were converted into farmhouses, while the large half-timbered barn from 1626 and the large cow house from the early 18th century were demolished. The central tower in the passage burned down in 1921 after a lightning strike. After the acquisition of the manor house by the municipality of Probsteierhagen, the building was used as an elementary school. Since the village community school was built in 1969, the manor house has made a name for itself as the “cultural center of the Probstei”.schloss-hagen.de/schloss-hagen/historie
May 6, 2020
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