Top 10 ruins with a history that must be seen before they are renovated. The homestead of Hmary in the village Semkava.
The homestead of Hmary was built in the years 1775-1780 and included a manor house, where one of the rooms was called "royal". It is not a coincidence. The last king of Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth Stanislaw August Poniatowski stayed there.
The last owner of the estate built here a wine factory. Young Yanka Kupala (famous Belarusian poet) came in the autumn of 1905 to earn some money. After the revolution of 1917, children's boarding school was located here, which worked even during the German occupation. After the war, the homestead was empty for a long time and started to destroy.
Now the restoration work began: lateral wings are under restoration, near the administrative building of the museum a room dedicated to the owners of the homestead and Semkava is located.
Where: Minsk region, Minsk district, village Semkava.