In the Middle Ages, the manor belonged to the Livonian Order and later to the state. The small archaic wooden main building with an Old Baltic design was constructed in 1738 and today houses a museum. Its stylish magnificent stables from the second half of the 19th century with a beautiful gate construction have been preserved. Tori manor is known of horse farm founded in 1854 by the Livonian Knighthood.

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Pärnu mnt 14, Tori, Estonia
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Founded: 1738
Category: Palaces, manors and town halls in Estonia
Historical period: Part of the Russian Empire (Estonia)

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Egert Veeväli (11 months ago)
Starlight Gacha (13 months ago)
*** ei kirjelda ***
Stiina Sotsov (2 years ago)
Tori mõis asub looduslikult kaunis kohas.Mõis on taastatud.Erakätes.Kevadest sügiseni on mõisa aed täis eriliiki lilli ja põõsaid.Varem kandis mõis nime härrastemaja.Siin on elanud ka Tori Hobusekasvanduse Veterinaar.Pärast seda oli see mõnda aega toimiv raamatukoguna.Mõisa ees on ühe hobusekasvataja Ilmjärve püst.Lähedal on ka jõgi.
Arne Lykepak (2 years ago)
Ilus mõis
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