Kuremaa Manor

Jõgeva, Estonia

The estate founded at the beginning of the 16th century was properly finished in the middle of the 19th century while owned by the von Oettingen family. The stately Late-Classical main building was completed on the estate in 1853, and now houses a vocational school.

At a distance of 2.5 km from the manor, you can find the family cemetery of the von Oettingens with a Neo-Gothic funeral chapel (1890s).

Reference: Estonian Manors


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Founded: 1853
Category: Palaces, manors and town halls in Estonia
Historical period: Part of the Russian Empire (Estonia)

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Aigars Sukurs (Aicis) (50 days ago)
Aron (9 months ago)
Beatiful manor. But we looked it from outside, because on tuesday manor is closed.
Risto Haavistu (10 months ago)
Beautiful manor and surrounding park. A lake with a beach also nearby. Annual biker meeting is taking place here every summer
Kalmer Kärblane (3 years ago)
Very pleasant service and athmosphere!
Liis (3 years ago)
Nice historical place, beautiful architecture.
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