Rusovce mansion

The Rusovce mansion, also referred to as the Rusovce manor house is but a resplendent neoclassical mansion spotted in the borough of Rusovce, which is a part belonging to Bratislava, the capital city of Slovakia. The Rusovce mansion had been erected on the site where an old manor house existed from the period related to 16th century.

This sixteenth century landmark also unveils a park embracing the English-style as it unveils the gardens too.

Rusovce mansion

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The Rusovce mansion, also referred to as the Rusovce manor house is but a resplendent neoclassical mansion spotted in the borough of Rusovce, which is a part belonging to Bratislava, the capital city of Slovakia. The Rusovce mansion had been erected on the site where an old manor house existed from the period related to 16th century. This sixteenth century landmark also unveils a park embracing the English-style as it unveils the gardens too.

The current look related to the façade was made possible as when the Windsor style had got incorporated, which is but an imitation related to the English Gothic style. The premises found on the banks related to the Danube River encompass an area of 24 square kilometers. The Rusovce mansion as well as the premises was owned by Elemer Lonyay, the Hungarian Prince, during the twentieth century. Lonyay, before his death in 1946 had left this estate under the care of Benedictine Order, who had been instrumental in providing refuge for Lonyay and his wife during the final weeks pertaining to the World War II.

The area was ceded to Czechoslovakia in the year 1947, and this premises then was seized by the communist government during the year 1948.  As of today, the Slovak Republic Government Office manages the Rusovce mansion, as it is also closed to public view.