Village fruit, Mostovsky district, consists of several residential buildings, the Church of the Nativity of the Virgin, a grocery store and a large farm "Horizon". However, this place also has a rich history associated with the old name. Cherlona (in some sources of Charlona | Czerlona). Previously, there was a manor yard with a manor, which was part of the Lunna estate. The list of noble owners is quite impressive: Kroshinsky, Sapieha, Shemety, Sulistrovskiy, but the Drutsky-Lyubetsky left the greatest mark. It was under them that at the beginning of the 19th century, in the then Cherlon, a wooden manor was built on the banks of the Neman.
Only fragments of the outbuildings of the Drutsky-Lyubetsky have survived to this day, which today are already problematic to find on the territory of the village of Plodovaya. The best reminder of the old days - Neo-Gothic three-arch gate.
Apparently, a similar gate was located on the other side of the park, where there was an old courtyard.
About this the estate of Drutsky-Lyubetsky little is known.
The main house was a one-story rectangular building with a pitched roof. It is interesting that a family chapel was located in the left wing of the building; such an architectural solution is usually characteristic of larger estates.
The last owners of the estate along the Drutsky-Lyubetsky line are the great-great granddaughters of Francis Xavier, Yanina and Teresa. After 1939, the estate is not mentioned; it may have been destroyed during the war.
There is an alley to the gate, which starts immediately from the Orthodox church, below is the point with the location on the map:
If you're in the area, I recommend checking it out. ruins of the chapel-tomb of the Yablonovskys in the village of Schechitsy. It is also worth visiting Shchuchin, where you can visit the restored Palace of Drutsky-Lyubetsky.