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The Palmse distillery has been in more or less the same location since 1736. The first building was made of wood, but the first stone distillery was raised already in 1774. The present bulky building with its 33-meter chimney was built in the 1860s and 1870s, and was not powered by a water wheel, but by steam. In 1890, Kotov, the governorate engineer, completed drawings for supplement the distillery with a new boiler room, but his project was never realised. When Lahemaa National Park became the owner of Palmse manor in 1973, the distillery was already mostly in ruins. It was renovated by 1995 and is now a hotel.