Kumna manor, founded in the 1620s, has belonged to the Knopiuses, Lübkens, von Koskülls and also to the von Meyendorffs. The wooden main building dating from the 18th century was reconstructed in the 19th century (was used as apartments, currently dilapidated). The new two-storey Neo-Classical main building (built in 1913-1920) is in private possession and is being restored.

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Kumnatee, Kumna, Estonia
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Founded: 1913-1920
Category: Palaces, manors and town halls in Estonia
Historical period: Part of the Russian Empire (Estonia)

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www.mois.ee
www.manor.ee

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Mare Hansberg (3 months ago)
Vähetuntud, kuid armas mõis pulmade pidamiseks
Inna Kushljanskaja (5 months ago)
Очень красивое место.Хорошо отреставрировано здание.Чудесная лужайка перед домом.Красивый интерьер внутри.
Common Sense (6 months ago)
Väga ilus restaureeritud mõis.
Anne Peebu (7 months ago)
Väga kauni interjööriga väike mõis Keila lähedal.
Jekaterina Tulupova (7 months ago)
Sees väga ilus!
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