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    Gentzrode, Neuruppin, Brandenburg, Germany

    • Janet Koster

      Gentzrode is located in Neuruppin, Brandenburg, Germany. The Moorish-style mansion was built in 1876-1877. It was abandoned by the Soviets after World War II, but a Turkish investors purchased Gentzrode in 2110 in hopes to transform the site into a resort.

    • Jennifer Lewis

      If you're like me and you're into old buildings, you have to check this guy out. His pictures are AMAZING!

    • Maryann Smale

      In 1840, a clothier named Johann Christian Gentz purchased a tract of land on Kahlen Berge (Bald Mountain), north of the city of Neuruppin for farming. A large ornate granary, designed by Carl von Diebitch, was constructed in 1861. After the family moved to the estate, Johann's son Ludwig envisioned a grand castle-like mansion, surrounded by landscaped gardens, as well as a family mausoleum. The Moorish-style mansion, designed by Martin Gropius and Heino Schmieden, was built in 1876

    • Misti Kane

      Photo of the abandoned Gentzrode in Neuruppin, Brandenburg Germany

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