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Šēnheida Manor

Šēnheida Manor
Šēnheidas muiža
Šēnheida Manor House
General information
Architectural style Neo Gothic
Location Šengeida, Skrudaliena parish, Daugavpils municipality
Country Latvia
Completed 1870
Client Eugen von Engelhardt

Šēnheida Manor, also called Šengeida Manor, (German: Schönheyden) is a manor house in Šengeida (Šēnheida), Daugavpils municipality, Latvia, in the historical region of Selonia.


From 1749 to 1920, when the agrarian reform began, the property belonged to the Engelhardt family.[1] After the agrarian reform divided the estate, the Engelhardt family retained ownership of the manor house. The Baltic Germans continued to coordinate activities on their former estate until they emigrated to Germany in 1939.[2] After the Second World War, the manor house was used for storing grain. Today eight families live in the building.[2]

See also


  1. ^ Zarāns, Alberts (2006). Latvijas pilis un muižas. Castles and manors of Latvia (in Latvian, English). Riga.  
  2. ^ a b Latvijas Piļu un Muižu asociācija. "Ja Šengeidas barons būtu dzīvs. (Arī Šēnheidas)". Latvijas Piļu un Muižu asociācija. Retrieved 28 August 2012. 

External links

  • (Latvian) Šēnheide Manor

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