Kossovsky castle, also called Palace of Puslovskie, a monument of late Gothic architecture, was built in 1843 by an order of Vandalin Puslovsky by famous Polish architect Vladislav Marconi. It is hard to believe that the castle was built in the middle of the XIX century, as architecturally a reminiscent of ancient Gothic castles. The Kossovo castle is located on a picturesque hill in close proximity to beautiful lakes. Opposite to the castle there is another interesting attraction, it is the ancestral estate of Tadeusz Kosciuszko.At the time, during the construction of the castle, Puslovskye were proud of the neighborhood with the estate of the national hero of the USA, Poland and honorary citizen of France. The Palace of Puslovskye itself was burned during the Great Patriotic war and for many years it was in ruins. However, in recent years there is an active restoration, but now the castle attracts many tourists.