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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Modern Forest (2 years ago)
True National treasure - hope it reopens soon
Markku Ranin (2 years ago)
True National treasure - hope it reopens soon
Эдуард Конствик (2 years ago)
Beautiful manor! Recommend?
Leonid Romanov (2 years ago)
Nice building in good condition.
Helina S. (3 years ago)
Beautiful on the outside. There was no way to walk around
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