Cesvaine castle | Cesvaines pils
Cesvaine castle is a neo-rennaisance palace and one of tourism pearls of Vidzeme region. It was built at the end of 19th Century (1897) for the German baron Emil von Wulf. Authors of the project were architects Hans Grisebach and August Dinklage from Berlin. The palace is built in the late Tudor Neo-Renaissance style. The palace has survived all revolutions and wars of the twentieth century, so interiors were almost in perfect condition. Unfortunately in 2002 the palace suffered heavily in a fire. All of the roof and second floor was destroyed and the first floor was seriously damaged. But, many interior elements survived and will be restored. Although restoration works has started, due to the lack of finances they are proceeding very slowly. Palace has an observation tower where tourists can take a look at Cesvaine and it's surroundings scenery.
Cesvaines pils ir neorenesanses stila pils Vidzemē, celta 19. gs. beigās. Lai gan tai izdevās izdzīvot neskartai revolūcijās un pasaules karos, 2002. gadā pili skāra ugunsgrēks, pēc kura tās atjaunošana (iekštelpās) finanšu trūkuma dēļ norit lēnām. Pils skursteņi ir iecienīta stārķu apmešanās vieta. No pils torņa iespējams vērot Cesvaines un tās tuvakās apkārtnes ainavas.
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