The manor in Branice
The Classicist brick mansion of the Badenis family was built in the early 19th century.
It is a single-storey building with a two bay interior. There is a four-column portico with a triangular top on the southern side and an avant-corps on the northern side. The manor is covered with a high, hipped roof. Currently, it houses a branch of the Archaeological Museum. The so-called "lamus" - an old fortified manor house is located nearby.