Kaštieľ v Nitrianskej Blatnici – výsledky historického a architektonicko-historického výskumu

Title: Kaštieľ v Nitrianskej Blatnici – výsledky historického a architektonicko-historického výskumu

The Manor House in Nitrianska Blatnica  – Results of Historical and Architectural-Historical Research

Authors: Janura Tomáš – Matejka Miroslav

DOI: 10.17846/SHN.2018.22.2.486-510

Source: Studia Historica Nitriensia, year: 2018, vol.: 22, number: 2, pages: 486-510

Abstract: In the early modern times belonged the village Nitrianska Blatnica to the dominions of Levice and Revište castles. Gradually, smaller separate dominion Blatnica set aside from this area, what instigated building the manor house there. In 70ties and 80ties of the 16th century let  to built Ladislav st. Zelemeri – anti-Ottoman warrior and finance administrator of the archibishopric in Ostrihom his own manor house in the village. The manor house belongs to smaller type of partially fortificated manor houses with closed squared ground plan and four towers on the corners. The second phase – Late Renaissance period after 1666 – led by Pietro Spazzo, made to order of baron Ján Eszterházy, gave rise new external appearance of the residence. The third rebuilding phase, performed during 50ties and 60ties of the 18th century in Baroque style, intiated by Amália Limburg-Stirum and Adam Rajcsányi – the counsellor of the Hungarian Chamber and the Statholder´s council, caused that, the manor house gained his modern external visual look in Baroque style. The fifth rebuilding period, initiated the most likely by Austrian businessman Alojz Haase, determined current appearance of the manor house in neostyle. (Translated by Petronela Križanová)


Language: SLOVAK

Publication order reference:

Tomáš Janura – Slovenská akadémia vied, Historický ústav, Klemensova 19, 814 99 Bratislava, Slovak Republic, mail: histjanu@savba.sk

Miroslav Matejka – independent researcher, J. G. Tajovského 1198/6, 957 01 Bánovce nad Bebravou, Slovak Republic, mail: miromat@centrum.sk