39, Jäneda küla, Tapa vald, Lääne-Viru maakond
For years, the heart of the village of Jäneda has been the manor. The current manor building was built by Johan von Benckendorf in 1913-1915. The history books remember this manor as being connected with Maria Zakrevskaya Benckendorf thanks to her life full of adventure: her ties to the attempted assassination of Lenin, her life with world-renowned writers Maxim Gorky and H. G. Wells. Good to know: the manor can be viewed from the outside every day; groups can book ahead to visit the interior and museum, with tours available in Estonian, Russian, Finnish, German and English.
Is open advance bookings only
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