Sänna manor edit
A manor has existed on the site since the Middle Ages, when it was a subsidiary manor to Vastseliina Castle. The present, wooden building however dates from 1875. Throughout history, the manor has belonged to several different Baltic German families, including the aristocratic families von Budberg, von Vietinghoff and von Fusch. It currently houses a library and a community centre and is open to the public.
Sänna Hill Mill
Estonian War of Independence monument
Memorial plaque to Estonian writer and journalist Juhan Jaik, who was born at Sänna Manor
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