Restored between 1992 and 1994, Mežmuiža Manor dates back to the mid seventies of the 19th century. The first owners were the Lievens.
The main building is located a midst the mills, the gardeners, the maids, and the administrative building, situated a little away from the barns. The manor complex also includes a 12-hectare park with pillars where exotic species are grown, such as balm, the European fir, red oak, black and mountain pine. Since 1954, it has housed the Augstkalne secondary school.
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