Monuments Records Writings Images Maps
Small map
Coordinates: 56°57'59,89'' N 24°14'39,91'' E Google Maps
(localisation not exact, possible mistake up to 50 metres)
No:114        (list of all monuments)
Category:Palaces and manor houses
Address:Riga, Mezciems, between Oncology Centre and teaching hospital "Gaiļezers"
Versions of name:Hahnhof, Hahnenhof, Hana muiza, Gaila muiza
Year of construction:1736.-1743.
Architectural style:Barocco
Condition:Does not exist


Novadays location of this manor is marked by a group of old trees - remnant of former park. This manor house has been shown in the map which is included in the work of J.C.Brotze (3.). Manor developed on the land of Putnini farmstead at Putnini Lake somewhere in 1736 - 1743. Starting from 1766 it belonged to Riga householder Hahn, manor was named in his name (Hahn - from German - cock, in Latvian - gailis), also the lake nearby was renamed to Gailezers Lake.

This stone building was built in Barocco style. Pediment was formed in fachwerk technique. House got French roof with bay windows.


Gaili manor, 1782

Gaili manor, J.C.Brotze. 1782

Gaili manor on the map, circa 1790

Gaili manor, map by J.C.Brotze. circa 1790


  1. Kaupuža D. Rīgas muižiņas. Latvijas architektūra, Rīga, 2005, p.95.
  2. Jakovičs A. Rīgas ekotūrisma atlants, visited on 20th June 2009
  3. Broce J.K. Zīmējumi un apraksti, 2.sējums, Rīga, Zinātne, 1996, pp.102.,108.
  4. Rīgas ielas, enciklopēdija, 3.sējums, Rīga, 2009.g., p.167.


ⓒ 2009 Gatis Pavils

about the website     about author