Jedlinka Palace


The oldest information about Jedlinlka dates back to the 13th century, when it belonged together with surrounding lands Bolko I, The Duke of Jawor-Świdnica. Then it was owned by the knights of Rogowiec castle, afterwards it was a part of property of the castle in Zagórze Śląskie owners, among whom were e. g. ReinhardSchoff, Friedrich von Czettritz, Chritoph von Hochberg. Matthias i Georg von Logau. At the end of the 16th century Jedlinka belonged to the Emperor Rudolf I and between 1602-1611 to the baron Bernard Fünfkirchen. Then the goods are excluded from them and given to the owners of Grodno, and Jedlinka became a part of the von Kuhl family. Further it was hosted by Heinrich I, Heinrich II, Baltzer and Susanne, whose property was a part of her dowry for Hans von Seyer. Around 1615 the palace was built in the Baroque style. At the beginning of the 18th century the goods were managed by Abraham von Czerrittz und Neuhaus and between 1721-1743 by Hans Christoph von Seherr-Thoss. After his death Jedlinka belonged to his wife and then his son Johnn August. The von Pückler family has owner it since 1786. Jedlinka was owned consecutively by Karl Franz, Christoph Erdmann and Sylvius. from 1834 to 1843 it was owned by Benjamin Rothenbach from Wrocław and his wife, and then by the manager H. Menzel and Engels brothers. In 1861 Jedlinka was bought by Carl Krister, the owner of the porcelain factory. One year later he was awarded the title of  The Royal Trade Counsellor. At that time. the palace was rebuilt in Neoclassical style. Two wings were added to the baroque part. In one of them there were state rooms, in the second one, the residential area. In the north wing on the first floor an ornately-decorated ballroom was created. We can admire it also today because a large part of the interior design has stood the test of time. One the same floor there are other rooms available to visitors. After the death of Krister in 1880 the goods were held by Arthur von Klitzing. Nine years later Jedlinka together with the palace were bought by Gustav Adolf von Böhm in the same year he started the residence renovation. the interior, decorations and furnishings have been changed. The building has been modernized. The completion of the work ended in 1890. This date has been put on the western facade. After the death of Böhm 1n 1930 the estate belonged to the heirs and in 1937 it was taken owners by the Nazis. During  War II, it was the quarter of The  Todt Organization that supervised the work the Riese complex in the Owl Mountains. Assumedly it was a branch of the Gross Rossen concentration camp. In 1945, the palace was taken over by State Treasury. The building was the holiday resort and then it was transformed into an orphanage. Since 1960s of the 20th century it has belonged to state-owned companies. Eventually, it became private property and thanks to that, it was saved. Currently its interiors are made available visitors. The owners of many years lead the renovation not only the palace. The history of the brewery is connected with Carl Krister, who is the second half of the nineteenth century moved production from the palace the newly built outbuildings. Inside was a dance hall room for guests, restaurant, bar. Outside the garden was created so that the place became a frequent point of the expedition patients with Jedlina-Zdrój. Unfortunately palace downfall ushered in the First War. The current owners rebuilt outbuilding and reactivated the production of beer.

Przekład na j. angielski Monika Gisterek


Zespół Pałacowo-Hotelowy Jedlinka
ul. Zamkowa 8, 58-330 Jedlina-Zdrój
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