Based on archival and other sources, this thesis tries to present the historical development of three mansions in the Čatež ob Savi parish: the Straža wine manor in Cerina, the Dvorica manor in today's Dvorce settlement and the Čatež manor in Čatež ob Savi. Each of the manors is presented in its own chapter, including everything from its medieval beginnings to its collapse or to its legacy in modern times. These are divided according to the changes in their ownership, which is one of the key factors that influenced the development process of the manors, their role in the local historical context and the formation of their image in the collective memory of the locals. With all three manors, the Cistercian monastery of Kostanjevica played a key role in their evolution as their owner and manager, while the lordship of Mokrice sought to dominate it in this border area of interest. In the following centuries, wider modernization processes of secularization, reduction of the role of the nobility in Carniola and fragmentation of the peasant population also influenced the change of the manors and, in the case of Dvorica and Čatež, their collapse. Regarding the Straža manor, which has been preserved to this day, a separate chapter presents its image and interpretation in the collective memory of the local population.