Paliesiai Manor was founded at the end of 18th century and belonged to the landlord Mikalojus Petravičius.
The last landowners of Paliesiai were the Liutikas, whose descendants took the estate back after Lithuania regained its independence.
The Neo-Gothic manor palace that has survived to this day was built in the 1st decade of the 20th century, and is considered one of the few outstanding examples of the Neo-Gothic style and the local Gothic brick tradition.
Watercolor by architect Arūnas Eduardas Paslaitis. Paliesiai (Žarėnai) Manor. Šiauliai r. 1996. Paper, dry ink, watercolor pencil.