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Informacja Turystyczna Zgorzelca. www.it.zgorzelec.pl

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An old village on the Zgorzelec Plain. In the 15"1 and 16th centuries, the village was in hands of many wealthy burgher families from Zgorzelec, for example, Bernard Canitz's family and Georg Emerich's family. In the years 1564-1762, Jerzmanki was owned by the von Schachmanns, distinguished burghers from Wroclaw.The local church is among the oldest and most valuable sacral buildings in the Palish part of Upper Lusatia. Its archilectonical value is enhanced not only by its late-Romanesquestyle but also by some rare architectonical solutions. In the west the church has a nonstandard finish - a quadrilateral apse and a rare prismatic tower rising up between the aisle and presbytery. In addition, a spiral staircase with a sandstone mandrel, which is rare in country churches, is very interesting. As regards the park and palace complex, the form buildings from the 19th century with neo-Gothic features survived. The ex-manor park was established in 1866 on the initiative of the then landlord, Chamberlain von Erd-mannsdorff, and it was designed by Edvard Petzold, a famous originator of many park compositions (for example, in Muzakow and teknica). Unfortunately, the local palace built in the neo-Gothic style by Emil Gall (the owner of the Jerzmanki property at the turn of the 1880s and 1890s) has not survived.Jerzmanki is the place where Karl Adolph Gottlob von Schochmonn (1725-1789), the leading activist of the Upper Lusatian Scientific Society, was born. In the years 1737-1739, the local rector was Andrzej Rothe, a respected author of Protestant hymns and a friend of Count Zinzendorf (the founder of the religious commune in Herrnhut). Some authors suppose that Jerzmanki is also the place where Wendel Rosskopf (d. in 1549), a great architect who operated in Zgorzelec and a representative of the early Renaissance, was born.

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