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When we arrived the view was like getting back some centuries into a film where they arrived with horse carriage in the yard. Steep stairs to the column terrace where the pleasant hostess was waiting for us. She told us that they are in a...More
Saku manor is situated next to the Vääna River in ancient Saku park, just a quarter of an hour’s drive from Tallinn. The estate dates back to 1622. Its manor, which was built in 1820, is one of the finest examples of Classical architecture in Estonia. It is thought that it was designed by one of the era’s most renowned architects, Carlo Rossi. Restored to its full glory, the manor opened its doors to guests once again in 2002.