Ungurmuiza Manor, Raiskums

Ungurmuiža Manor (Latvian: Ungurmuižas kungu māja, German: Herrenhaus Orellen/Gut Orellen) is a manor house in the historical region of Vidzeme, in northern Latvia. The estate is named for the von Ungern family, who owned it prior to the middle of the 17th century. The current wooden manor was built in 1731–1732 in Baroque style for the owner, Lieutenant General Balthasar Freiherr von Campenhausen. The von Campenhausen family owned the estate from 1728 to 1939. Ungurmuiža manor was one of those manors which was not nationalised in Latvian agrarian reforms of the 1920s. Despite its quite small size, manor is elegant construction with richest wall paintings and ceiling plafonds of Baroque age in Vidzeme region.
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  • Place to be visited - very special wooden palace with interesting history. Some walking pass available around it.  more »
  • It's totally wooden, from top to bottom - and you can totally feel the weight of time during the visit. It's a great sensation and interesting experience. Both the interior and exterior are...  more »
  • Beautiful manor. One of that kind in Baltics. Paintings on the walls. Nice park around it.
  • Very nice house and you can have tea and dinner here.

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