Fráter Manor, Ciutelec

  • National Monument Number:
  • -
  • Address:
  • Ciutelec
  • Dated to:
  • 17-19th century
  • Ownership:
  • public property

The estate from Ciutelec was received in 1608 by Fráter Pál, captain of the Castle of Sâniob, as a donation from Gabriel Báthory, the Prince of Transylvania. His son, II. Pál fought on the side of I. Rákóczi György and Kemény János. The settlement was was destroyed during the Turkish invasion. As the former manor was built on a hillside, the old part became a two-storey construction. The window frames are dated from the first decades of the 19th century.

The estate from Ciutelec was received in 1608 by Fráter Pál, captain of the Castle of Sâniob, as a donation from Gabriel Báthory, the Prince of Transylvania. His son, II. Pál fought on the side of I. Rákóczi György and Kemény János. The settlement was was destroyed during the Turkish invasion. As the former manor was built on a hillside, the old part became a two-storey construction. The window frames are dated from the first decades of the 19th century.

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