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Šķēde Manor

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Šķēde Manor (Šķēdes muižas pils, Scheden) is a manor house in Šķēde Parish, Saldus Municipality in the historical region of Kurzeme, in Latvia. History The manor was first mentioned in 1461, when the master of the order Johann Osthoff von Mengede granted Johann Loewe and his heirs a plot called the Schedule. In 1501 the Master of the Livonian Order Wolter von Plettenberg gave it to Merten von den Brinken, whose family has owned it for 200 years. In 1729, H.H. von den Brinken's widow Margaret Veronica sells it to her son Gideon Heinrich von Zass. The Scheden Manor was built in the 18th century. A barns has been built on both sides of the parade courtyard, at the end of which the one-story masonry house was standing. Behind the road was a farm yard with stables, barns, outbuildings and a mill pond. The manor house was completed in 1761. The 2nd floor was built in the early 19th century. At the end of the 19th century a new entrance and a corner tower were built, as well as a
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