Manor Stanislav (Stanislav was early suburb of Grodno) - an architectural monument of the XVIII century. Designed by Italian architect Giuseppe Sacco late Baroque as a country residence of the last king of Poland Stanislaw August Poniatowski. The palace and park complex was constructed from 1760 to 1770. Central to it took a rectangular building. Center front yard semi-circular bay window is highlighted with the monogram of King on the attic in the form of three letters SA R. Right and left of the main building are located side wings. It was built as an isolated economic complex.
In 1953, the summer residence of Stanislaw August Poniatowski given Grodno Agricultural Institute. Since that time the estate is subjected to the first and most fundamental change in the history of its existence.
Today on the estate are the department of plant growing, horticulture and grassland Grodno State Agrarian University.reveal all text