Kammeri is a village in Kambja Parish, Tartu County in southern Estonia, located about 23 km south of the city of Tartu. In 2000 Kammeri had a population of 92. Kammeri Manor (German: Duckershof) was first mentioned in the middle of the 16th century, when it belonged to the Dückers. Other owners include the Fersens, Rennenkampffs, Helmersens and Stadens. After the dispossession in 1919 the manor building was used as a school. The building was demolished in 2009 to build a modern schoolhouse. Kammeri village school was established in 1765. Baltic German geologist Gregor von Helmersen (1803–1885) was born in Kammeri Manor. Also the German diplomat Berndt von Staden (de) (born 1919) spent his childhood in the manor. References
^ a b c "Kammeri mõis" (in Estonian). Estonian Manors Portal. Retrieved 23 March 2011. ^ a b c "Kammeri küla" (in Estonian). eestigiid.ee. Retrieved 23 March 2011.
Kammeri Manor at Estonian Manors Portal
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Settlements in Kambja Parish
Kambja Külitse Räni Tõrvandi Ülenurme
Aakaru Ivaste Kaatsi Kammeri Kavandu Kodijärve Kullaga Kõrkküla Laane Lalli Lemmatsi Lepiku Läti Madise Mäeküla Oomiste Paali Palumäe Pangodi Pulli Pühi Raanitsa Rebase Reola Reolasoo Riiviku Sipe Sirvaku Soinaste Soosilla Sulu Suure-Kambja Talvikese Tatra Täsvere Uhti Vana-Kuuste Virulase Visnapuu Õssu
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