Jelgava Palace
Jelgava, Lielā iela 2

Jelgava Palace- former residence of Courland and Zemgale dukes, now- the house of Latvia University of Agriculture. Jelgava Palace is the largest Baroque style palace in the Baltic states, the greatest work of famous Russian court architect Bartolomeo Rastrelli and one of the few cultural monuments... Read more

Manor House "Villa Medem”
Jelgava, Uzvaras iela 55

Medem family city residence Villa Medem was built in 1818 based on a project of Adam Berlic and it was considered his greatest masterpiece in the whole dukedom. Read more

Abgunste Manor
29393131, 28373711
Jelgava Coun., Abgunstes skola, Zaļenieku pag.

Abgunste Manor was built around the 1780s, but was burnt down in 1905. The reconstruction began in 1908 and was completed in 1931 when the manor become the Castle of Light - the Abgunste School. Today the manor has turned into a place of creativity for all kinds of arts, culture, contemporary design... Read more

Berķene Manor
29252565, 29228580
Jelgava Coun., Vilces pag., Ziedkalne, Berķenes muiža

Berķene Manor is one of the oldest small manors in Zemgale and is located in a picturesque place on the bank of river Svēte. The current manor house was built in 1819 in early classicist style. Read more

 Eleja Manor Park
Jelgava Coun., Elejas pag.

The manor complex was designed in the beginning of the 19th century in the style of the Classicism after the order of Duke Christoph Johann Friedrich von Medem. It its days it was a magnificent building with exquisite interior style. The buildings were destroyed during World War I in 1915. Read more

 Blankenfelde Manor
Jelgava Coun., Vilces pag.

Blankenfelde Manor is situated in Zemgale, Jelgava County, Vilce parish. Blankenfelde Manor was first mentioned March 6th 1426 when Klaus von Medem bought it from Johann von Mengele, Master of German order. The manor has been in the possession of several masters, but in 1920 a care home was establis... Read more

Zaļenieki (Green) Manor
63074250, 22043531
Jelgava Coun., Zaļenieku pag., Zaļenieki, "Pils"

Duke's hunting residence "Green Manor" is a unique architectural example of the Duchy of Courland. The building is relatively well preserved and has not been damaged or burned. There are historically significant interior elements in the manor that date back to the middle of the 18th century and in... Read more

 Vilce Manor
26351169, 28346682
Jelgava Coun., Vilces pag., Vilces muiža

Former hunting residence of Baron Hahn was built in the second half of the 18th century and rebuilt in the 19th century. The entrance door of Vilce Manor is decorated with the Medem-Kaizlinger alliance's coat of arms, which has been preserved well and is a valuable example of the 18th century decor... Read more

 Lielplatone Manor
Jelgava Coun., Lielplatones pag.

In the 19th century the manor was the property of the dynasty of Baron von Hahn. The manor house was built during the time period of 1845-1860. The initial design of the building was planned by E.J.A.Strauss, the architect of Courland Province and rebuilt and extended from 1859-1860. Read more

 Vircava Manor
Jelgava Coun., Vircavas pag.

The manor house complex was built during 17th-19th century as a symmetrical ensemble of Baroque style. It was the favoured country residence for he last Duke of Courland - Peter von Biron. Read more

Lielvircava Manor
Jelgava Coun., Platones pagasts, Lielvircava

The manor lies on the left bank of the river Vircava, not far form the church. It was conctructed by Baron Dionysius von Kloppmann in the period of 1803 - 1808. At the same time the granary was built. Read more

 Staļģene Manor
Jelgava Coun., Jaunsvirlaukas pag., Staļģene

The manor was constructed in the 16th century as the domain of the Duke of Courland and Semigallia. The current manor complex was constructed in the end of the 18th century, with the manor house being built in 1797 in the classicism style according to the plan by architect Severin Jensen. A park wa... Read more