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Taali manor derives its name (German: Staelenhof) from the family Staël von Holstein, who received the estate as a gift in the 17th century and who were the owners until the Estonian land reform of 1919. The present-day limestone building, in neo-Renaissance style, was built in 1852 but heavily damaged during World War II. Today only about one third of the original building remains.
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