taken: August 18, 2012, Jeżów - Wilczyska near Bobowa (Małopolska, Poland). . taken with: Nikon D40x, AF-S kit Nikkor Lens 18-55 mm.
Mansion in Jeżów (Wilczyska) near Bobowa.
This fortified manor was built in the end of 15th century by Stanisław Jeżowski. In 1483 court became the property of Klemens Turski, who built the tower (before 1525) . The manor has been rebuilt into residence by next owner, Adam Strasz (1544). The manor had many owners within following centuries. At the turn of the 19th century court's first floor functioned as a granary. In 1900 manor changed the owner once again - propertior Kazimierz Ramułt renovated the building, but within the years following up the WWII manor was abandoned and went to rack and ruin. It was rebuilt again in 60s of 20th century. Now it belongs to School of Arts in Tarnów. Painting sessions are being organized there. It's also possible to arrange some occasional events on manor's estate, like conferences or weddings.
Old well in mansion's garden. The same as captured by *marrciano here:
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