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Harku Manor

Harku Manor, which used to belong to the Livonian Order, was first mentioned in 1372. Its contemporary Neo-Renaissance style originates from 1875. The outbuildings worth seeing include a livestock complex with historicist gables and picturesque ruins of a two-towered greenhouse resembling a medieval stronghold. In addition to the main building, today you can also see a stable-coach house and a granary bordering the long front square of the main building.

The manor can be viewed from the outside only.

An interesting fact: In 1710, the famous capitulation agreement was signed in Harku Manor and this ended the Great Northern War right there on the spot.
Harku Manor, which used to belong to the Livonian Order, was first mentioned in 1372. Its contemporary Neo-Renaissance style originates from 1875. The outbuildings worth seeing include a livestock complex with historicist gables and picturesque ruins
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  • Идет ремонт. Пока

    Усадьба сохранилась, но в ней сейчас ремонт, закрыта, снаружи сохранилась неплохо, особенно примечателен балкончик-веранда с правого крыла. То, что видим сейчас - неоренессанс 1875г. А первое...


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