Even we count seven: a mansion, a park, a church, a mausoleum, a theater, a rose garden and an artificial hill. Some go beyond the regional framework with their artistic value and form part of our cultural heritage. All of them were created thanks to the patronage of aristocratic families who owned the local manor - the Brunswick and Chotek family. Both families significantly influenced life in the village for almost two centuries. To this day, unfortunately, not everyone we talk about has survived. This is true of the manor house and the rose garden.