Mahrenberg Mansion

At the end of the 17th century, when the old castle on the hill of Kamen collapsed, the so called Lower Castle was built in the valley of the former manor house, today known as the Mahrenberg mansion. The building is surrounded by an English park, designed in the 19th century. The plants include, among other, four species of fir trees, douglas fir, thuja, red oak, sycamore, bloody beech, yew tree, green pine, English oak, red pine, etc. There is also a fountain in the park, with a round pillar with four water springs in the form of fish heads in the middle, and a statue of a boy with a fish in his hands on the top of it.