Rogosi Manor

Haanja, Estonia

The manor of Rogosi was established around the year 1600 by Stanislaw Rogosinsky probably to the site of medieval vassal stronghold. The present main building was was completed in 1780’s. The square castel-style is unique in Estonia. The outbuildings as well as the gate tower originate from the 19th century (restored in 1999). Today Rogosi hosts a training centre and guesthouse.


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Ruusmäe küla, Haanja, Estonia
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Founded: 1780's
Category: Palaces, manors and town halls in Estonia
Historical period: Part of the Russian Empire (Estonia)


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Margo Talo (8 months ago)
As a native inhabitant, I experienced unpleasant guest kindness. In the Estonian way, we provide morning porridge to the guests, the guest is not left unserved, and there was nothing to offer for lunch if the desire arose. A rude unsolved case, On behalf of the lady of the manor. I hope that the guests will be offered better service in the future. Greetings Talo Margo 3 months have passed, and the change has worked well. In terms of the wellbeing of the food community, the change has been positive , people travelling in our region can enjoy our beautiful nature and cultural values on a full stomach :) I am the only one who is happy about this :) Welcome to South Esonia
fire plays games LV (11 months ago)
Really beautiful place, everything was do peaceful and calm, the noises of the nature surrounding it can mask tinnitus.
Kai Footikum (2 years ago)
Beautiful manor and nearby houses, lake is also beautiful.
Armīns Seņkāns (3 years ago)
Original archirecture of the manor.
Mario Org (3 years ago)
Nice old manor
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