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Vecauce Manor

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Vecauce Manor (Vecauces muižas pils, Schloss Alt-Autz), also known as Auce Manor, is a manor house near the town of Auce in the historical region of Semigallia, in Latvia originally designed by Friedrich August Stüler for Count Johan Friedrich von Medem and constructed between 1839 and 1843. Since 1920, the building has been used for education purposes and is currently run by the Latvia University of Life Sciences and Technologies. History Vecauce Manor was designed by Friedrich August Stüler for Count Johan Friedrich von Medem, the construction began in 1839 and was completed in 1843. When the manor was built, Count Johan Fridrih fon Medem owen approximately 400 ha of arable land and few other manors in Zemgale. During the Revolution of 1905, the manor was burned down. The Von Medem family restored the manor in 1907, but the interior was simplified and lost most of decorations. After the Latvian Agrarian reforms in 1920s, the ma
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