The two-story building of the palace with a majestic six-columned portico was reflected in the river Ikva. The residential wings of the palace are clearly 6: from the south, we can see protruding rhizolite, from the north - a four-columned portico of the Ionic order. The western and eastern wings had pilasters of the same Ionic order densely placed on the facade. On the pediment of the rhizolite, the heraldic stucco of the family coat of arms attracts attention. There is a thin decorative stucco in the middle. The regular park was preserved, which is a monument of palace and park art of the early nineteenth century.
Mlyniv Museum of Local Lore is situated nowadays in the wing of the palace of the Khodkevych family. It is an architectural monument of national importance of the late XVIII century and is considered the hallmark of the village. Visiting the museum you will learn a lot of interesting things about the history, nature, ethnography and prominent personalities of our region. Visitors are interested in the basement of the museum, which is associated with many stories from the life of the count's family. If you are a romantic, fond of mystical legends, want to dive into the past, meet the ghosts of the palace, you definitely need to go on a night tour to the Mlyniv Museum of Local Lore.
Architectural monument of state importance of the XVIII century. (1780)
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Rivne Region, vul. Ivana Franka, 1B, Mlyniv
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