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Former manor granary in Ryglice

Former manor granary in Ryglice
Uwagi nt. dostępności: Former manor granary in Ryglice -
Rynek 9, 33-160 Ryglice Region turystyczny: Małopolska
Tourist subregion: Tarnowski
tel. +48 146443635
www.drewniana.malopolska.pl
Parking: Car park
Facilities at cultural sites: Photographing allowed
Dating back to the year 1757 is the oldest structure of this type in the region. The granary building matched the manor and park complex, which at that time belonged to Count Walenty Ankwicz. The granary was a supply base for the brick palace and within the complex there was also a farm cowshed from the end of the 17th century and two fish ponds. The wooden building was built using the full scribe method, with a brick endwall from the southern side. It was single-storeyed, had no basement and its loft was unused. Undoubtedly, today the greatest historic value of the structure, apart from the walls of the building, is the frame of the door opening, located in the northern part of the front façade and bearing the following inscription: “DIE 21 MAJI ANNO DOMINI 1756”. In 1978, the granary was entered in the register of historic monuments under the register number A-161. Some 20 years later, it was transferred to the Commune of Ryglice.
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