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Kohila manor
Kohila manor
Kohila is located in Estonia
Location in Estonia
Country Estonia
County Rapla County
Municipality Kohila Parish
Population (01.01.2006)
 • Total 3,505

Kohila (formerly also Kapa-Kohila, German: Koil, Kappakoil) is a borough (Estonian: alev) in Rapla County, northern Estonia. It is the administrative center of Kohila Parish. Kohila has a population of 3,505 (as of 1 January 2006).[1]

Kohila has a station on Edelaraudtee's westward line.


  • Kohila manor 1
  • Notable residents 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Kohila manor

Kohila manor (German: Koil) dates back to at least 1438. During its long history, the estate has belonged to various Baltic German families, including the Wrangel family, who owned it for more than 200 years. The present-day building originally dates from the early 19th century, but was heavily rebuilt after being burnt by rioters during the Revolution of 1905. Fourteen of the rioters were shot to death by Russian troops, and the lord of the manor, shaken by the events, shortly afterwards decided to sell the estate to a paper pulp factory.[2]

Notable residents


  1. ^ "Vallast" (in Estonian). Kohila vald. Retrieved 29 January 2010. 
  2. ^ Sakk, Ivar (2004). Estonian Manors - A Travelogue. Tallinn: Sakk & Sakk OÜ. p. 68.  

External links

  • Kohila Parish (Estonian)
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