Overlooking a pond in Haimre park you will find an unusually large pavilion in Neo-Gothic style whose walls have been almost completely preserved. The structure is thought to date from the late 18th century. The front of the building resembles a church, but it is not believed to have fulfilled a religious function.
Did you know…? *Alexander Uexküll, the song of the lord of Haimre manor, built the ‘chapel’ for his Oriental sweetheart *Locals refer to it as the ‘chapel of Muhammad’ *In the park on the Haimre estate you will also find an old but well-preserved icehouse