Puslovsky Palace is a unique monument of neo-Gothic architecture of the XIX century Belarus. The restoration of the palace was undertaken with the help of the financial support of UNESCO, which included this palace in the list of particularly interesting sights of the Brest region. The building consists of a central two-storey building and two side wings, because of faceted serrated towers it is often called a miniature castle. Each tower symbolizes the month of the year. Like many other palaces and castles, the Palace of Kosovo has its own legends. For example, local residents say that to protect the castle, its owner kept a lion, who was released at night to wander through the corridors. There is also a legend that there is an underground passage through which one can get to another Sapeg residence – Ruzhany Palace, 20 km from Kossovo.