Nyáry manor house in Sobotište
This Renaissance-Baroque manor house is located in the centre of the village Sobotište, on the route Senica - Myjava. It was built in 1631 by the noble Nyáry family. It was destroyed by fire in 1645, however already eight years later it was partially rebuilt and renovated. It can be said that its layout has been preserved to this day, although smaller interior changes have been made at the end of the 18th century, throughout the whole 19th century and in the 1940s. In the 1980s, the manor house got its present form as a result of construction adjustments. Today there is a unique museum in the manor house – The Cooperative museum of Samuel Jurkovič. This museum presents to the visitors the rich history of Slovak cooperatives from the early beginnings to the present. On show is the work station of Samuel Jurkovič, and even the current products of Slovak cooperatives. The museum also offers an exhibition that focuses on the folk culture of the village - folk instruments, old folk costumes and Haban ceramics. In addition to the museum, there is also a library, ceremonial hall and the municipal office in the manor house.
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