Several interesting manor complexes united by a common sad fate have been preserved in the Lyakhovichi region. If Reitanov's estate in Grushevka is well known and popular among tourists, then homestead in the village of Nacha vice versa. The agricultural town of Nacha today looks somehow sad. An apple cider vinegar factory was located on the estate, but it is difficult to understand whether it is working or already bankrupt. There should be activity at the checkpoint, but there is no one. We quietly pass to the historical heritage.

Nacha homestead

Nacha first mentioned at the end of the 16th century as an estate Nemirovichi. Then passed from hand to hand: Tabarovichi, Bryndzy, Podarevsky, Masalsky. To the last farmstead Nacha inherited from the Jesuit order, which was dissolved in 1773, and the possessions and property were distributed.

Homestead in the village of Nacha

In 1810 from Onuphry Masalsky land and manor moved away Francis Xavier Czarnotski. This is how a new dawn of these places begins, and the Czarnotsky family itself owned the estate until the beginning of World War II. At Mikhail Charnotsky in 1815 a stone manor house appeared, which can still be seen today.

Nacha estate

The estate was built in the classical style of architecture and had 18 rooms. It was distinguished by a massive portico on six columns, and arched windows deserve special attention. In the same period as the estate, an outbuilding for servants and workers was built, as well as a number of outbuildings.

Homestead in the village of Nacha

Manor Nacha

The next owner, the son of Michael, Kazimir Charnotsky also developed the family estate and even managed to keep it after the 1863 uprising. An interesting fact: in 1865 Kazimir acquired a manor not far from Minsk, which was called Petrovshchina, it is at that place that the metro station of the same name is located today.

Manor house Chernotsky

Manor Nacha

At the beginning of the 20th century, the Nacha estate was transformed. After the restructuring of the house, Neo-Gothic notes were added to the features of classicism. The manor park was expanded, lindens, chestnuts, ash-trees, maples appeared.

Park in the Nacha estate

The glade behind the manor houses is also attention. A number of unusual elements have been preserved here: a stone table and a slab, commemorative boulders, as well as a burial place Chernotsky.

round table start

Like many other wealthy landowners of that time, the problems at the Nacha estate appeared in 1917 and not at all because of the outbreak of the war. The "Land Decree" worked throughout the territory, the committees took food and plundered the economy at their discretion.

Siadziba Charnotsky "Nacha Bryndzouskaya"
zdymak yes 1917

In just a few months Chernotsky's estate looted several times. The owner and his son were killed during another robbery.

Manor Nacha Belarus

Homestead in Belarus

Although “Nacha Bryndzovskaya” continued to be the family residence of the Chernotskys until 1939, in fact, there was already a different power here. During the Soviet period, a plant for the production of vinegar was opened. The building was modernized in its own way, the main entrance was laid, but the condition of the building was monitored.

If you are in these parts, then I recommend to go see another estate - "Cloud" Yelensky, as well as spend time in the ancient city Kletsk.

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