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Olustvere Manor and Park

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Category Manor houses, Castles, Historical Attractions, Tourism objects, Architectural sightseeings, Natural attractions, Museums
Location
Olustvere alevik, Suure-Jaani vald, Viljandimaa
Coordinates 58.550278, 25.557222
GPS: 58° 33' 1" N, 25° 33' 26" E
Phone (+372) 437 4280
E-mail loss@olustveremois.ee
Website http://www.olustveremois.ee

The manor was founded in the second half on the 16th  century. At the end of the 18th century the manor came into the possession of the Fersens - an ancient noble family from Norhtern Germany. The manor stayed in their possession until its expropriation by the Republic of Estonia in 1918.
 

Olustvere is one of the best preserved manorial estate ensembles in Estonia.
 

Entering the manor park from between the stone walls, the noble heimat-style manor house is first to catch the eye. With its bright colours it fits well into the greenery of the surrounding park. The old manor house, estate manager`s house, granary, drying hose of massive stones, distillery, stables and cattle-sheds and several other houses have also preserved.


The surrounding park covers an area of 20 ha. It was founded in the English style and is characterized by well-matching groups of trees and bushes, winding paths, beautiful pands and spacious lawns. The oldest tree in the park is a 300-year old two-branched oak, what is called “the oak of love”.
 

The famous Olustvere maple, oak, linden and ash tree avenues that total 10 kilometres also start in the park.

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