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In 1724 František Adam Trautmannsdorf started construction of the two storied Baroque manor in the
proximity of the yeoman's stronghold from the 14th century. The project of the Prague architect, F.
M. Kaňka, its axial symmetry with a dominant three axis salient on the wall at the center of the
main facade were applied consistently in the architectonic composition. Both one storied buildings
and the manor structure, which they are connected to, together close off the honorary court.
The central space of the manor is the representation hall pervading two floors. The hall's
ceilings and walls are decorated with the late Baroque paintings by Felix A. Scheffler. Among the
valuable interiors is the manor chapel with a fresco by Václav V. Reiner and sculptures from the
workshop of Matyáš B. Braun.