• The building standing on a small hill, the fountain, the chapel and the decorated gateway were built in the second half of the 18th century, during the Haller era. The constructions were ordered by János Haller V., whose memory is kept by the inscribed stone tablet and family crest situated between stone lions on the stone gate’s pediment.

  • The foundations of the castle’s first building were laid down in 1545. The construction of the building was commissioned by Bethlen Farkas (1505-1552). The laying of the foundation stones is commemorated by a stone plaque, which today is located on the ground floor. Nothing is known of its appearance from that time, although an inventory from 1711 describes a multi-storey renaissance palace with ornate stone window and door frames.  

  • The Bánffy family’s one-storey mansion with arcades was built together with the outbuildings in the castle’s vicinity (which now belongs to the Protestant Church). On the south side of the rectangular courtyard once stood the granary, as well as the cellar below. The granary was transformed into a community centre after WW2. All the buildings bear stylistic features belonging to the baroque style.

  • Similar to the Haller Castle in Sânpaul, this castle has also a „U” -shaped ground plan, in the style of the so-called Grassalkovich palaces. The most beautiful part of the castle is the great hall located on the upper floor, where the original plaster, the two rococo white porcelain stoves and three chandeliers have been preserved.

  • The construction of the three-story, eclectic aristocratic castle was commissioned by Károlyi Tibor and Dégenfeld-Schönburg Emma in 1896. The castle originally had a gable roof, but was later rebuilt in romantic style in 1914.

  • In the second half of the 18th century Ugron István and his wife, baroness Anna Bánffy founded the Ugron family branch of Zau de Câmpie, moving to the estate which the baroness inherited. The estate passed from father to son and in 1860 Ugron Sándor (1826-1901) and his wife Rozália Kendeffy of Râu de Mori (1836-1898) became the owners of the estate.

  • In the period between the two World Wars, the estate was bought by the Ugrai family, which still owns the estate. The construction year of the smaller, mansion-like noble edifice, owned by Haller family, is not yet known, but it is likely to be more recent than the nearby castle with corner turrets. According to tradition, it was built by Bethlen Kata, therefore its construction is estimated to the beginning of the 18th century, but neither the autobiography, nor the correspondence, contains no traces of such construction works. According to postcards, hundred year ago, the facade facing the park had a porch, without a trace today. In 2009 the castle was returned to Haller László, who sold it to the local government. Today the building functions as a school.

  • The castle is located on the land of the Daniel family’s lower mansion. The building is one of Erdővidék/Baraolt’s most spectacular listed buildings, due to its late renaissance carvings, its baroque ornaments and its classicist extensions.