Manor of Hominski
Manor of Hominski in the village Olshevo - a monument of manor and park architecture XVIII-XIX. His final formation of the estate in the village was under Hominski princes, who at one time held senior administrative and military positions. This well-known gentry genus is known for its representatives were very hardworking and versatile people. Hominski very much part of the business worked and that allowed them to turn Olshevo in the most advanced in terms of technical farm. There were two plants: a limestone and brick, bakeries, power, windmills, and much more. Besides doing Hominski and literary works, namely, writing odes and poems, historical essays and journalistic articles, kept diaries, world classics translated into Polish. We also know that the library was kept the famous specialist Hominski ancient manuscript of the mid-XVI century called ”Olszewski.” In this unique document contains the Polish translations of important historical documents that were created in the Old Belarusian language, including the Statute 1529, ”Chronicle of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and Jemoit". This manuscript, a monument of the Belarusian-Lithuanian literature of the Renaissance in our time is stored in the National Library in Warsaw.
Today, the ancient mansion was only a small part: partial master”s house 1881-1893 years of construction and building of the former stables. Despite the fact that he has not been preserved manor house, Manor Park and is monument of landscape architecture Belarus. Initially it was created as a terraced, but after was transformed into a landscape, even though all five terraces and well-read by now. Part of the park has survived and even a maze, which is very characteristic of the baroque park. Nowadays, the park, planted with lime trees, poplars and maples, and overgrown with wild, but from this it only took a particularly romantic.reveal all text