Taali manor derives its name (Staelenhof) from the family Staël von Holstein, who received the estate as a gift in the 17th century and who were the owners up until the Estonian land reform of 1919. The present-day limestone building, in neo-Renaissance style, was built in 1852 but heavily damaged during World War II. Today only about one third of the original building remains.

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Saare tee 1, Taali, Estonia
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Founded: 1852
Category: Palaces, manors and town halls in Estonia
Historical period: Part of the Russian Empire (Estonia)

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Val Malveus (12 months ago)
Beautiful, quiet place. Good to keep the old buildings in order! The woman's grandfather was the daughter of a family in this manor.
Ilme Kao (2 years ago)
Beautiful place by the river.
Memory186 (2 years ago)
Well done. Sadly, half of the mansion is still here today.
Oliver Kikas (2 years ago)
Hästi hoitud ja säilinud ilus väike mõisa peahoone.
Arabella Pavelson (3 years ago)
Ilus ja rahulik paik
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