Popov Manor House is a unique monument of the history and architecture of Southern Ukraine of the late 18th - 19th centuries. The estate consists of a complex of utility buildings, service apartments that have survived to this day, and are also the remains of one of the largest noble manor house in the region.
In 1788, Vasil Stepanovуch Popov - the head of the Military Campaign Office of Prince G. О. PotomkinTavriiskyi, in the future Privy Councilor under Empress Catherine II and Emperors Paul I and Alexander I received lands on which the manor house would be built in 100 years.
At the end of the XIX century on the territory of the, the grandson of Vasil Stepanovych, Major General Vasil Pavlovych Popov, built a palace complex, the buildings of which combined pseudo-Moorish and neo-Gothic architectural styles.
The pearls of the Popov Manor House are considered the observation tower - a vivid example of eclecticism, and the arena-stine, sustained in the architectural style of Northern Italy of the late Renaissance.
Today, the historical complex includes the Landowner's Manor, which consists of four buildings from the late 18th - early 19th centuries. Among them, the oldest building is the dwelling house of the landowner in 1790, made of the remains of Turkish galleys. Also, the remains of a cowshed in 1835, a milk dairy in 1836 and a cellar are still preserved.
Palace complex of the second half of the 19th century consists of three wings, an observation tower, a carriage house, a riding arena, a power plant building, a workshop and a tower of the ruined palace.