Parsonage of the Muhu St. Catharine Church

Liiva 94701 Saare maakond Estonia
Lng: 23.22608470916748 , Lat: 58.60397995220408

Contact person: Sabina Kaukis
Phone: +372 5291493 /
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The parsonage has burnt down twice. The parson’s house which is still there, was designed in 1832 by the Kuressaare city architect Carl Lorenzen who has  also projected the Kuivastu inn.
The parsonage estate was small, owning only a couple of nearby villages and some haylands on small islets. It had to provide living for the parson’s family.  There is a four-meter diameter well and a fine park – the first planted park on the island of Muhu.
In the 20th century there were post-office, cinema and the doctor’s rooms in the house.
Nowadays the house is being renovated by local School of Heritage and the congregation of  Muhu St. Catharine’s Church.

Additional information

Visitors are welocome in July:
July, 2.-6th. from 10 AM to 2 PM 
On Wednesdays (11, 18, 25.07) - from 10 AM to 2 PM
On Saturdays (14, 21, 28.07) from 10 AM to 2 PM
Friday-Saturday 20.-21.07  from 10 AM to 4 PM
On Sunday, 29th from 11 AM to 3 PM

Stamps are available in an old manor house or church nearby.