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Łyczyn, Mazovia. Manor house fire from the 1920s Action of firefighters

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An uninhabited manor in Łyczyn near Piaseczno is on fire. As the reporter tvnwarszawa.pl Mateusz Szmelter found out, the fire appeared on the roof of the building. Firefighters said there were no casualties. Firefighting operation is underway.

– We received the notification at 15.45. A vacancy in the village of Łyczyn caught fire – reported to us after 17. Brig. Łukasz Darmofalski from the Poviat Headquarters of the State Fire Service in Piaseczno. He added that four fire engines had been sent to the spot. – They confirmed that there is a fire developing inside this building. It is a brick building, measuring approximately 15 by 20 meters. At this point, the fire is still developed, covering about three-quarters of the area. It develops in the space of the attic and roof sheathing – pointed out the fireman. He stressed that there were no injuries and no one was inside.

The manor is located on the route between Konstancin and Góra Kalwaria.

Among others, firefighters from the OSP in Konstancin-Jeziorna went to the site, which they informed on Facebook.

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“We went to the fire in Łyczyn. The manor house is on fire – an empty building” – they pointed out.

In private hands

As we read on the website polskizabytki.pl, the manor house was built in the interwar period at the request of the Potulicki family. In the 1930s it belonged to Count. Józef Potulicki. Just before the start of World War II, it passed into the possession of Stanisław Plebański. In the 1990s, it belonged to the State Farm Obory and was used as private apartments for employees of the Agricultural Experimental Plant. It is currently owned by a private person.

Main photo source: Mateusz Szmelter / tvnwarszawa.pl

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