List of palaces and manor houses in Latvia

This is a list of palaces and manor houses in Latvia built after the 16th century. Palaces and manors which are now part of the Zemgale region were then part of the Selonia region, and therefore are differentiated for clarity. This list does not include castles, which are listed in a separate article. And as there are more than 1000 manor houses and palaces in Latvia, this list is incomplete.[1]

CourlandEdit

Name Parish Municipality Established Status Notes Refs
  Laža parish Aizpute municipality Completed in 1742 Preserved It houses the Apriķi Primary School
  Kazdanga parish Aizpute municipality Built in 1860 Preserved It currently houses a museum
  Cīrava parish Aizpute municipality 1752 Preserved Reconstructed in the 1960s [2]
  Cēre parish Kandava municipality Rebuilt in the 1860s Preserved It currently houses the Cēre Primary School
  Cīrava parish Aizpute municipality Early 19th century Preserved It currently houses the Dzērve Primary School
  Balgale parish Talsi municipality Built in 1820 Preserved [3]
  Ezere parish Saldus municipality Built in 1750 Preserved It houses the Ezere Secondary School
  Talsi Talsi municipality Built in 1883 Preserved It houses the Talsi Regional Museum
  Īvande parish Kuldīga municipality After 1850 Preserved Stands next to the Īvande Old Manor
  Jaunauce parish Saldus municipality Early 19th century Preserved It houses the Jaunauce Primary School
  Jaunlutriņi parish Saldus municipality Beginning of the 1800s Preserved It houses the Jaunlutriņu Elementary School.
  Kabile parish Kuldīga municipality Between 1734 and 1740 Preserved Remodelled in the 1860s
  Rudbārži parish Skrunda municipality Around 1855 Preserved Made available for public events [4]
  Saldus parish Saldus municipality Completed in 1874 Preserved It houses the Saldus Agricultural School [5]
  Kazdanga parish Aizpute municipality 1800 Preserved Burned in 1905 and renovated in 1907 [6]
  Laidi parish Kuldīga municipality Early 19th century Preserved It houses the Laidi Primary School
  Pūre parish Tukums municipality Between 1855 and 1856 Preserved It houses the Dzirciems boarding school
  Ārlava parish Talsi municipality Built around 1880 Preserved Built by architect T. Seiler [7]
  Padure parish Kuldīga municipality Late 1830s to early 1840s Preserved, but on sale It housed the Padure's library until 2005 [8]
  Ģibuļi parish Talsi municipality Built in 1700 Preserved It houses the Pastende primary school
  Pelči parish Kuldīga municipality Built in 1903-1904 Preserved One of the early Latvian manors [9]
  Pope parish Ventspils municipality Originally built in 1653 Preserved It houses the Pope primary school
  Reģi Alsunga municipality Built in 1890 Partially preserved
  Rudbārži parish Skrunda municipality Built in 1835 Preserved It houses the Oskars Kalpaks Rudbārži School
  Valdgale parish Talsi municipality Built in 1886 Preserved [10]
  Snēpele parish Kuldīga municipality In the 19th century Preserved It houses the Snēpele Primary School [11]
  Lībagi parish Talsi municipality Between 1820 and 1848 Preserved Converted into apartments after 1925 [12]
  Kalvene parish Aizpute municipality Early 19th century Preserved It houses the Kalvene elementary school [13]
  Īve parish Talsi municipality Built in 1805 Preserved It houses the Tiņģere elementary school
Vaiņode parish Vaiņode municipality Built in 1912 Ruins Destroyed during Second World War
  Vandzene parish Talsi municipality Beginning of the 1800s Preserved It houses the Vandzene secondary school
  Vārme parish Kuldīga municipality Built in the 19th century Preserved It houses the Vārme primary school
  Vērgale parish Pāvilosta municipality Built in the 18th century Preserved It currently houses the Vērgale school [14]
Kurmāle parish Kuldīga municipality Preserved
  Zentene parish Tukums municipality Between 1845 and 1850 Preserved It housed the Zentene School from 1938 [15]

SemigalliaEdit

Name Parish Municipality Established Status Notes Refs
  Vāne parish Kandava municipality Completed in 1823 Partially preserved From 1939 to 1985 it housed a forestry school [16]
  Baldone Baldone municipality Built in 1901 Preserved
  Bēne parish Auce municipality End of the 16th century Preserved Rebuilt between 1876 and 1878 [17]
  Biksti parish Dobele municipality In the 19th century Preserved It houses the Biksti Elementary School [18]
  Vilce parish Jelgava municipality 1743 Preserved Under renovation [19]
  Rundāle parish Rundāle municipality 1763 Preserved It formerly housed a gardening school [20]
  Glūda parish Jelgava municipality Built in the 17th century Preserved Abandoned [21]
  Dāviņi parish Bauska municipality Built in the 18th century Preserved Rebuilt in the 19th century [22]
  Tukums Tukums municipality 1671 Preserved It currently houses the Tukuma Museum [23]
  Dzimtmisa Iecava Municipality 19th century Preserved It currently houses the Dzimtmisa School [24]
  Tume parish Tukums municipality Rebuilt in 1901 Preserved First mentioned in 1536 [25]
  Jelgava Jelgava municipality 1738-1772 Preserved Largest Baroque style palace in the Baltic states [26]
  Rundāle parish Rundāle municipality Completed around 1780 Preserved Designed by architect Severin Jensen [27]
  Lielauce parish Auce municipality In the 19th century Preserved Restored from 1901 [28]
  Baldone Baldone municipality After 1786 Preserved [29]
  Mežotne parish Bauska municipality 1798-1802 Preserved Reconstructed in 2001, used as a hotel [30]
  Augstkalne parish Tērvete municipality Around 1850 Preserved It houses the Augstkalne Secondary School [31]
  Remte parish Brocēni municipality Built in 1800 Preserved It houses the Remte Primary School [32]
  Ruba parish Saldus municipality 1881-1882 Preserved It houses the Ruba Primary School [33]
  Rundāle parish Rundāle municipality Built in the 1730s Preserved Completed in 1768 [34]
  Skaistkalne parish Vecumnieki municipality 1893-1894 Preserved It houses the Skaistkalne secondary school [35]
  Svēte parish Jelgava municipality Built around 1730 Preserved Extensively remodeled from 1774 to 1775 [36]
  Svitene parish Rundāle municipality Beginning of the 1800s Preserved It houses the Svitene Primary School [37]
  Šķēde parish Saldus municipality Completed in 1761 Preserved Private property [38]
  Vadakste parish Saldus municipality Between 1911 and 1914 Preserved It houses the Vadakste Primary School [39]
  Kandava parish Kandava municipality Built in 1882 Preserved It currently houses a museum [40]
  Vāne parish Kandava municipality Built in 1870 Preserved It houses the Vāne primary school. [41]
  Auce rural area Auce municipality Between 1839 and 1843 Preserved Designed by Friedrich August Stüler [42]
  Zaļenieki parish Jelgava municipality Built between 1768 and 1775 Preserved It houses the Zaļenieki Vocational School [43][44]
  Zante parish Kandava municipality Before 1850 Preserved It houses the Zante primary school
  Zasa parish Jēkabpils municipality Ruins
  Zemīte parish Kandava municipality Built in the 19th century Preserved It currently houses a school [45]

SeloniaEdit

Name Parish Municipality Established Status Notes Refs
  Asare parish Aknīste municipality Built in 1749 Ruins Burned down in January 1926 [46][47]
  Bebrene parish Ilūkste municipality Building completed in 1896 Preserved It houses the Bebrene secondary school [48]
  Mazzalve parish Nereta municipality 18th century Preserved It currently houses the Mazzalve School [49]
  Gārsene parish Aknīste municipality Built around 1856 Preserved It currently houses the Budberg museum [50]
  Skrudaliena parish Daugavpils municipality 19th century Preserved Renovation completed in 2012 [51]
  Svente parish Daugavpils municipality Completed in 1912 Preserved Under restoration work since 2002 [52]
  Mazzalve parish Nereta municipality After 1850 Preserved Former manor built in 1801 [53][54]
  Zalve parish Nereta municipality Built in the 19th century Preserved Lielzalve School was closed in 2009 [55]
  Skrudaliena parish Daugavpils municipality 1870 Preserved The estate remained divided between 1922 and 1939 [56]
  Mazzalve parish Nereta municipality Built after 1825 Preserved Italian Neo-Renaissance style [57]
  Vecsaliena parish Daugavpils municipality 1870 Preserved Construction in Neo-Gothic style [58]
  Kaplava parish Krāslava municipality 1880s Preserved

VidzemeEdit

Name Parish Municipality Established Status Notes Refs
  Grundzāle parish Smiltene municipality 1793 Preserved [59]
  Beļava parish Gulbene municipality Around 1760 Preserved [60]
  Sarkaņi parish Madona municipality Preserved
  Vidriži parish Limbaži municipality Built between 1857 and 1860 Preserved Rebuilt in the beginning of the 20th century [61]
  Cesvaine Cesvaine municipality Built in 1896 Preserved Architects Hans Grisebach and August Dinklage [62][63]
  Ineši parish Vecpiebalga municipality 1886 Preserved Renovated in 2000 [64]
  Dikļi parish Kocēni municipality 1896 Preserved Restored and privately owned since 2000 [65]
  Salaspils parish Salaspils municipality 1898 Preserved It currently houses the Daugava River Museum [66]
  Drabeši parish Amata municipality Preserved
  Dzelzava parish Madona municipality 1767 Preserved [60]
  Dzērbene parish Vecpiebalga municipality Built in 18th century Preserved
  Gaujiena parish Ape municipality Preserved
  Vidriži parish Limbaži municipality Around 1880 Preserved It is currently a hotel [67]
  Jaungulbene parish Gulbene municipality Completed in 1878 Preserved
  Jumurda parish Ērgļi municipality Preserved
  Katvari parish Limbaži municipality Preserved
  Kocēni parish Kocēni municipality Preserved
  Liepa parish Priekuļi municipality During 19th century Preserved
  Liezēre Parish Madona municipality Preserved
  Litene parish Gulbene municipality Built before 1850 Preserved It houses the Litene Elementary School
  Lizums parish Gulbene municipality Around 1850 Preserved It houses the Lizums Secondary School [68]
  Mālpils Mālpils municipality Restructured after 1750 Preserved The building was rebuilt from 1905 [69][70]
  Mazsalaca Mazsalaca municipality Built before 1780 Preserved It now houses the Mazsalaca School [71]
  Kauguri parish Beverīna municipality Preserved
  Naukšēni parish Naukšēni municipality End of the 18th century Preserved It houses the Naukšēni People Museum [72]
  Vietalva parish Pļaviņas municipality Around 1850 Partly ruined [73]
  Brīvzemnieki parish Aloja municipality End of the 18th century Preserved It houses the Ozolmuiža Elementary School [74]
  Palsmane parish Smiltene municipality Built in 1880 Preserved
  Brīvzemnieki parish Aloja municipality 1870s Preserved It houses the Puikule Primary School. [75]
Sēja parish Sēja municipality Built in 1766

Renovated from 1883 to 1885

Ruins [76]
  Skujene parish Amata municipality Destroyed by fire in 1905 Sērmūkši School built on former site in 1936 [77]
  Skrīveri Parish Skrīveri municipality Built from 1881 to 1887 Destroyed in 1915 during the World War I. [circular reference]
  Stāmeriena parish Gulbene municipality Built from 1835 to 1843 Preserved [78][79]
  Klintaine parish Pļaviņas municipality Preserved
  Suntaži parish Ogre municipality End of the 18th century Preserved Renovated in 1909 [80]
  Taurupe parish Ogre municipality After 1724 Preserved Converted into a school in 1938 [81]
  Trapene parish Ape municipality Beginning of the 1800s Preserved
  Raiskums parish Pārgauja municipality 1732 Preserved [60]
  Bebri parish Koknese municipality Preserved
  Gulbene Gulbene municipality 1763 Preserved It now houses a Spa Hotel [82]
  Veselava parish Priekuļi municipality Built in the 19th century Preserved
  Vestiena parish Madona municipality Built around 1750 Preserved It houses the Vestiena Elementary School
  Ziemeri parish Alūksne municipality Preserved
  Gaujiena parish Ape municipality Preserved

LatgaleEdit

Name Parish Municipality Established Status Notes Refs
  Vērēmi parish Rēzekne municipality 1851 Preserved [83]
  Rožkalni parish Vārkava municipality Preserved
  Cibla parish Cibla municipality Preserved
  Cibla Parish Cibla Municipality Beginning of the 1900s Preserved
  Aizkalne parish Preiļi municipality Built between 1883 and 1891 Preserved The manor currently houses a museum [84]
  Pelēči parish Preiļi municipality Built between 1860 and 1863 Preserved It housed a primary school from 1922 to 2003 [85]
  Aglona parish Aglona municipality Preserved
  Krāslava Krāslava municipality Completed in 1791 Preserved
  Krāslava Krāslava municipality Built in 1759 Abandoned and ruined [86]
  Lūznava parish Rēzekne municipality Built between 1905 and 1911 Preserved
  Malnava parish Kārsava municipality Built in the 19th century Preserved The first building dates of 1784 [87]
  Pasiene parish Zilupe municipality Built in the 17th century Preserved Privatised in need of renovation [88]
  Preiļi Preiļi municipality Built in the 19th century Partially preserved Reconstructed between 1860 and 1865 [89]
  Rikava parish Rēzekne municipality Built in 1870 Preserved It currently houses the Rikava School [90]
  Salnava parish Kārsava municipality Built in 1785 Preserved It currently houses the Salnava Elementary School [91]
  Varakļāni Varakļāni municipality Built between 1783 and 1789 Preserved Varakļāni Regional Museum [92]
  Upmala Parish Vārkava municipality In the 19th century Preserved A new stone manor was built in 1865 [93]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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