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Palsmane Manor

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Palsmane Manor (Palsmanes muižas pils, Palzmar) is a manor house built in Eclectic style in the historical region of Vidzeme, northern Latvia. History Construction of the Palsmane Manor started in 1870 and was completed in 1880. The building architecture was typical of the Latvian manor houses in the second half of the 19th century and can be characterized as eclectic neo-renaissance. Palsmane Manor has a simple and restrained facade decoration and a tower located in the center. The architect of the building is unknown, however it is believed that it is the work of the architect Rūdolfs Heinrichs Cirkvics. Until Latvian agrarian reform of 1920s, Paulina von Behr, born Kalena, was an owner of Palsmane manor. In 1918, the state of Latvia was proclaimed, agrarian reform was implemented, and the property of German nobles was liquidated as a result. The village center was divided into farms and building plots, the manor house became the property of Palsmane Parish. Since then m
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