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Cesvaine Palace is one of the largest and prettiest castle-styled palaces of 19th century Latvia. The Cesvaine hunting castle is a bright sample of eclecticism that combines the elements of Gothic, Romanesque and Art Nouveau styles. Built by a rich Von Wulf family in 1896 it followed the trend to copy German and British palace architecture, especially borrowing on Tudor style.
Nationalized in the 20th century and long used as school, much of Cesvaine palace has been now opened for visiting, its authentic interiors still remaining.