Lihula Manor
Schloß Leal in Kirchspiel Leal, Wiek

The manor house was constructed in the Middle Ages near the stronghold commonly owned both by the Livonian Order and Saare-Lääne (Oesel-Wiek) bishopric. Later, the manor house was linked to the Totts, von Stackelbergs, von Wistinghausens and von Buxhoevdens. An impressive two-storey Classicist main building was completed in 1824, which now houses the Lihula Museum.

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By the historical distribution the manor was in Lihula Parish in Läänemaa County. By the present administrative distribution it belongs to the Lihula Municipality in Läänemaa County.