Manor House Rubow

From the 15th to the 17th centuries, a large portion of the region northeast of Lake Schwerin was owned by the knightly family of Sperling.




The family also farmed on Rubow, Alt and Neu Schlagsdorf, Retgendorf, Buchholz, and Flessenow. They were later succeeded by the von Bülow family before the von Neumann and von Benckendorff families also came to the region. Towards the end of the 19th century, the Rubow estate was owned by the von Böhl family. The Rubow manor house is probably a Late-Classical building, which is now empty and neglected.


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