Dönhoff, (Polish: Denhoff, sometimes also Doenhoff) was a German nobility family from County of Mark, Westfalia, firstly mentioned in 1282, a branch of which moved to the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth in the 16th century and became recognized as a Polish noble (szlachta) there, later mostly serving Prussia. The main seat since 1666 until 1945 was Friedrichstein Palace in East Prussia.
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