Eivere Manor

Paide, Estonia

Eivere estate (Eyefer) was first mentioned in 1552. The current manor house was built around 1912 in an eclectic style, mixing neo-Gothic and Art Nouveau elements. Today it functions as a hotel.



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Eivere küla, Paide, Estonia
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Founded: 1912
Category: Palaces, manors and town halls in Estonia
Historical period: Part of the Russian Empire (Estonia)


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Leonid Romanov (6 months ago)
Beautiful building, in good condition. "The manor of Eywere (German: Eyefer) was first mentioned in 1552." The main building of the estate in the historical style includes many stages of construction. Some of the building's walls definitely date back to the 18th century, but older structures are also possible. The building was probably expanded and modernized in the 19th century. The main building acquired its current elegant and romantic appearance during reconstruction work at the beginning of the 20th century, completed in 1912. The building contains elements of Art Nouveau, Neoclassical and Neo-Gothic. The facade of the building is decorated with an octagonal corner tower located in the right corner, a neo-Gothic decorative window in the middle and a small polygonal arched structure. The windows of the building have complex stucco frames, characteristic of historicism. The interior has many neoclassical design elements."
Maksim Nikiforov (2 years ago)
A very beautiful manor, but you can only admire it from the outside
Modern Forest (3 years ago)
True National treasure - hope it reopens soon
Эдуард Конствик (3 years ago)
Beautiful manor! Recommend?
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