Tihemetsa Voltveti Manor

Voltveti Manor was first mentioned in 1563. The late-classicist mansion of the manor was built in 1830. It has a porch with four Tuscan columns and a wide staircase.
Voltveti Forest School started working in the building in 1925 and it is currently used by the Tihemetsa study place of the Pärnu County Vocational Education Centre. A third storey and an annex were built for the house. It has significantly reduced the elegance of the building, but the mansion that used to be one of the most impressive ones in Pärnu County in its day is still worth a look. The manor is surrounded by a park with 150 different species of trees, including several rare ones.

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