From the beginning of the 19th century to 1884 Ivenets belonged to the family Plevako. They founded a small family estate on the banks of the Volma River. In addition to the manor house, the complex included a chapel, a landscape park, outbuildings and a sawmill.

The ruins of the Plevako estate in the village of Ivenets

Sorry farmstead Plevako was destroyed in the middle of the 20th century. Only the walls of the first floor and the foundation of rubble stone have survived.

Plevako's estate in Ivenets

The ruins of the Plevako estate in the village of Ivenets

Walking through the ruins of the estate, you can see stove holes and wooden elements.

The ruins of the Plevako estate in the village of Ivenets

On the territory of the manor complex, in the building of the former stable, Ivenets Museum of Traditional Culture. The workers can give a tour and tell the history of the place. The museum is open from 10 to 7 pm on weekdays, phone: +375295638493

Museum of crafts in the village of Ivenets

A little to the side is another building from the times of Plevako - a former barn.

Outbuilding of the estate in the village of Ivenets

Abandoned manor in the village of Ivenets

The ruins of the Plevako estate in the village of Ivenets

The ruins can be found at street Industrial 31.

Ivenets is an interesting urban settlement. In addition to the estate, it is worth seeing Church of Michael the Archangel и neo-gothic church of St. Alexis.

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