Noriunai manor

 

This Manor was for the first time mentioned in historical sources in 1559. It belonged to Naruseviciai, Radziminskai, Abramaviciai, Stachovskiai, Bucholcai, Oginskiai, Tiskeviciai, Venslovaviciai and Adomonis. In 1921 the wedding of poet K. Binkis and last owner J. Adomonis’ sister Pranciska Ieva took place here. The Noriunai architectural ensemble consists of manor house, farm-hand building, outhouse and park, and is a national monument. The architecture of Noriunai manor house has an unusual T form shape and is typical to the Classicism and Mannerism.

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