The Mokro Polje mansion stood in the settlement of Mokro Polje in the municipality of Šentjernej.
Mokro Polje, Mokru Polye (SLO) Nassenfeld, Nassenfelt (GER)
The settlement Mokro Polje was first mention in the year 1227 as Unter Nassenfeld, meaning wet field. Mansion Mokro Polje was build by nobleman Werneck from previous tower house build by knights Majnhard and Rudolf Nazzenvelt. Due to floods, villagers began settling on the nearby terrace, where the village still stands today. Mansion is mentioned for the first time by Johann Weikhard von Valvasor in the 17th century. In the 19th century building was used as a jail. The mansion was demolished in the year 1929 by peasant family Dobravc. Today there are no visible traces left.
Noble Jurij Sigmund Werneck (till 1684), Franc Ludvik Buseth (from 1684), Haffner (in the middle of 19th century), peasant Matija Pavc (1872), peasant Rok Dobravc (from 1892 till its destruction in 1929).
Litography of mansion Draškovec made in 1679 by Johann Weikhard von Valvasor.
Somewhere in the vicinity of: 45°50’3,01″ N 15°16’37,82″ E
Ivan Stopar, Zbirka Grajske stavbe, založba Viharnik, Ljubljana.
Johann Weikhard von Valvasor, The Glory of the Duchy of Carniola 1689.