In the 19th century, together with the other Leipalingis manor structures, a house was built for the gardener, who looked after the 5-hectare garden. The apple harvest was of benefit not only to the owners of the manor. Part of the garden was rented by some Jews of the town of Leipalingis. They exported the apples. During the Soviet period, the territory of the garden was divided into plots of land for use by individuals, so the old apples trees of the manor were cut down and in their place the residents planted new varieties of apple trees.
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