Upper Kulva manor


About object:

The Upper Kulva manor is also called Daigučiai manor. The homestead of the former manor is about 9 km from Jonava, where Kulva settlement borders Daiguciai village. The manor house is blocked from the Vilijampole – Zeimiai – Seta road by large production and farm buildings. The buildings of Daiguciai manor homestead were built in the 19th century.

In the middle of the 20th century, at the beginning of the Soviet era, a lot changed in the manor – the planned spatial structure of the manor was damaged, many new large-scale buildings were built, and the old manor buildings were destroyed. To this day, two buildings of the manor period have survived: the manor’s house (115 AD) and the barn (38365 AD).


  • GPS LAT 55.101749104419895
  • GPS LNG 24.17088060194315


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