Mädapea Manor

Mädapea Manor, not far from Rakvere, was first mentioned in 1425. Its last owner before being nationalised in 1919 was Ernst von Renteln. A single-storey, red brick mansion with timber verandas, it was built in historicist style in 1850. Today it is home to exhibitions of modern Estonian art and handicraft. It has a permanent display of Aivar Juhanson's twills - more than 800 pictures in total. The manor hosts fairs, training events and courses.
Did you know...? *The manor is privately owned but can be viewed at any time from the outside *Guided tours of the interior can be booked in advance

Mädapea Manor, not far from Rakvere, was first mentioned in 1425. Its last owner before being nationalised in 1919 was Ernst von Renteln. A single-storey, red brick mansion with timber verandas, it was built in historicist style in 1850. Today it is

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