Asare Manor

Asare Manor
Selonia, Latvia

Type Manor
Built 1749
Demolished 1926
Open to
the public

Asare Manor (Latvian: Asares muiža) is a manor house built in 1749 in the Aknīste region,[1] former Asare municipality, Jēkabpils district, Latvia.[2] The house was built in 1749,[3] rebuilt in the 19th century in Neo-Gothic style, and burned down in 1926.[3] Currently only impressive ruins remain.

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