HISTORY OF THE MANSON OZELJAN The village of Ozeljan was mentioned for the first time in 1176, when the Pope granted his rights of servitude and in was 1523 recorded the existence of the Church of sv. Mihael in Ozeljan. The beginnings of today's mansion should have originated in the 17th century, when the ownership of the place was taken over by the Coronini family, who settled in Kromberk Castle. In 1687 the estate was bought by the Morelli family. The property receives the name of state county and becomes the seat of an independent domain. The Morelli family found the representative building. In 1813 the mansion of Ozeljan was inherited by the Zuccato da Parenzo family who restored it in the middle of the 19th century. The Zuccato family left the building in 1928, and the interior decoration of the castle was sold.
In 1940, the mansion returned to the ownership of the Coronini family, before the Second World War consigned the villa to the village municipality. On the first floor of the villa the municipality organizes the village school , and after the second world war organizes the ground floor in apartments for the inhabitants. The restructuring started 1972, but was interrupted by the earthquake in 1976. In the post-earthquake reconstruction in 1979 only the basic supporting structure of the mansion was restored. In 1991, the purpose of the building was determined, which has a restaurant on the ground floor and a communal hall on the first floor, this is the beginning of a renovation. Since 1993, the mansion has housed the restaurant and pizzeria GOSTINSTVO GRAD ŠPACAPAN.
The mansion of Ozeljan consists of three parts. The central part is a one-story building from the middle of the 18th century. Above the main portal on the ground floor there is a baroque balcony with a lively metal fence, the rich triple window of the balcony takes the year 1859. The part that connects the manor and the church is equipped with an open staircase and an arcade corridor with three Tuscan columns. On the right side of the main building there is a small kitchen with a nice fireplace with circular chimney. The platform in front of the main building extends to the mansion garden, surrounded by a fence wall. The entrance to the garden, which was designed in the 18th century, is emphasized by four pillars with classical vases and a staircase with a point of view. In the garden are preserved only parts of the original arrangement that allow the visitor to perceive the basic design of the original arrangement.
URNIK sreda, četrtek in petek (Wednesday, Thursdayand Friday) 16.00h – 22.00h sobota (Saturday) 15.00h – 24.00h nedelje in prazniki (Sundays and holidays) 12.00h – 22.00h