Sangaste Manor

Sangaste, Estonia

The first mention of Sangaste Manor date back to the year 1522. The present main building is one of the most gorgeous manor houses in Estonia. The red-brick house, built between 1879-1883, represents the Gothic revival style with English features. It was designed by architect Otto Pius Hippius and the owner of the building throughout its existence as a private house was the scientist Count Magnus von Berg (1845-1938).

There is a park of 75 hectacres surrounding the manor. Today, the castle is a visiting center and serves as the place for wedding ceremonies and welcomes all romantic souls.


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Lossiküla, Sangaste, Estonia
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Founded: 1879-1883
Category: Palaces, manors and town halls in Estonia
Historical period: Part of the Russian Empire (Estonia)

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Ignacas Kislauskas (2 years ago)
Very beautiful English style palace with museum and restaurant
Rasa Veiliņa (2 years ago)
7 eur per person, absolutely nothing to see. Not worth it at all.
Tom Spanjaard (2 years ago)
Unbelievably poor castle. I cannot believe one would have the courage to charge 7 euros for this. It's dirty, run down and has nothing of interest.
Laura Wagenaar (2 years ago)
The gardens are really lovely and free to visit. The inside on the other hand are definitely not worth the 7 euros. Inside you will find super weird and dusty rooms with scary stairs to climb up the tower.
Guntars Eglitis (2 years ago)
Superb interior. Quite good place for romantic night. Did't see hotel rooms, but, the feeling is not from this Century.
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