The mansion “Zamek Bozejow”
The castle lies in the midst of Poland’s Stobrawa forests and where it was constructed by German aristocracy in 1801. The mansion underwent a thorough reconstruction in 1911 under the supervision of the famous wroclavian architect Richard Mohr. Prior to World War II Archduke Franz Ferdinand and other members of the Prussian aristocracy participated in hunts organized by its owners. The property was devastated in its entirety subsequent to the ending of the war. Between 2014-2018 it was thoroughly renovated by the Garack family with its unique hunting atmosphere being revoked back to life. The eclectic mansion has a half-timbered structure and a wooden, hipped roof covered with original tiles. The estate is built on a rectangular plan, its compact body varies across several loggias and balconies. The half-timbered structure of the upper parts of the building is accented on its facades with 99% of the window joinery, door joinery, floors and staircases being original. The founder's stone plaque has been preserved and may be found not far from the main entrance. The pre-war memories of this extraordinary property were immortalized in a book written by its prior owner - H. Wodarz - titled "Emilienhütte - Meine Welt"