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Dzērbenes muiža/Dzerbene Manor

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Hidden : 08/09/2012
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LAT:Konteineris, satur viesu grāmatu, zīmuli. Slēpni ieteicams meklēt pēc darba dienas beigām.
EN: Container containing a logbook, pencil.
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Dzērbenes muižas ansamblis veidots 14. gadsimtā celtās un 1577. gadā nopostītās mūra pils vietā. Muižas pils vairākkārt nopostīta un atkal atjaunota. 19. gadsimtā tai uzbūvēts taisnstūra angļu stila tornis ar mazāku tornīti. Pils dega 1905. gadā, vēlāk atkal atjaunota. No 1927. līdz 1975. gadam Dzērbenes muižas pilī darbojās lauksaimniecības skola, tagad tajā atrodas Dzērbenes pagasta padome un Dzērbenes mūzikas skola.

Some of the estate buildings were encircled by a fieldstone wall with a gate, only the posts of which have survived till the present day. The period of prosperity on the Dzērbene estate is related to the family of Otto Weisman von Weissenstein who in 1771 received the manor as a gift from the Russian Empress Catherine II. In the late 19th century, a massive neo-gothic tower was added to the manor house.

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