Lying on the shore of scenic Lake Mooste in Estonia, the century old Mooste Manor complex, notable when approaching it for its natural black slate roof, numerous dormers and cornices, and an art nouveau architectural style interior boasting typical details such as decorated tile stoves, wainscoting and coffered sunken ceiling tiles, is one of richest and best preserved collection of buildings in Estonia.
Mikk Luht of the NGO, The Competence Center for Traditional and Ecological Building – Eestimaaehitus, which is based at Mooste Manor, stated that the va...
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