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A well and a smithy in Palmse Manor, Lääne-Virumaa, Estonia
Estonia

Palmse Manor was first mentioned in 1287. It had several owners in the past. Today all the buildings are under protection as architectural monuments. The garden is being restored now, closest to the original drawings from 1800-s.

Copyright: Tõnis Raid
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10000x5000
Taken: 11/06/2011
Uploaded: 04/03/2012
Updated: 08/08/2014
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Tags: well; smithy; tractor; manor; palmse; lääne-virumaa; estonia
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