Jablonica mansion house, preserved
Baroque mansion from 1663, built on the site of an older Renaissance building.
On the main road no. I/51 from Senica to Trnava, near the church of St. Štefan (Stephen).
By bus: to the stop Jablonica, AS (bus station). About 5 minutes on foot.
By train: to the station Jablonica (Kúty - Trnava railway line). About 20 minutes on foot.
By car: you can park on side streets nearby.
A three-section, two-story U shaped building. In the 1870s, the manor underwent a late-baroque facade modification, which gave it its present appearance. The mansion was restored and partially rebuilt in 1897. The facade of the manor house is dominated by two corner towers with a diagonal position relative to the mass of the manor house. The facades are divided by squaring with rustication and windows with sashes and arches. From the side of the courtyard, there is a four-axis risalit with a portal ending with an openwork cornice and a relief pine tree. To the north of the manor there is a three-wing, one-story yard. Source: https://www.jablonica.sk/obec/informacie-o-obci/pamiatky/kastiel-/
The mansion from 1663 on the site of a Renaissance building from the 16th century, which was burned down during an Ottoman attack. The noble owners lived here until 1928, when the manor house was bought by Cyril Zbořil from Přerov in Morava. Due to his financial problems, Olomoucká banka, in which Zboril was in debt, took over this property and in May 1935 sold the mansion with its accessories and the park to Hospodárske družstvo in Senica for grain storage. During the war, the German army was housed in it, after the World War II an elementary school was in it until the construction of a new building in 1968. The mansion was sold to the state-owned company Zberné suroviny, to which it served as a central warehouse for leather and feathers. In the fall of 1988, the village acquired the manor accessories (but not the manor itself).