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  • Latvian poetess Aspazija spent her last 10 years in this house. It is located in the narrowest part of Jūrmala – Dubulti – where the...
  • This is the first health centre in Jūrmala, built in 1870. The resort became popular thanks to Doctor J.K. Nordštrēms who performed scientific...
  • The Sailing Ship Libava is a ship from the time of the famous Duke Jacob of Courland. This ship was recently completed in a Russian shipyard,...
  • A building in the style of national Romanticism in Latvia. The restaurant “Merry Mosquitoes”, with a vast open-air terrace and a fire-...
  • In the art gallery, one can see an interesting original exhibition of paintings created using a unique technique (fluorescent painting effect)...
  • This is the very beginning of Joma Street. The sculpture and the square were restored in 2003, and in 2006 the fountain “Horizon” was...
  • Built in 1896, it is a cross dome construction with a bell tower, a combination of a wooden and masonry building. Residential premises were created...
  • This house was built in the beginning of the 20th century, its architect is unknown. The two-storey house with a tower was built as a boarding...
  • One of the most popular sites for tourists’ photo sessions. The sculptor was J. Bārda (1995). The sculpture symbolises the lifespan.
  • Sea Pavilion built in the historicism style. A swimming place for recreation and entertainment.  Architect A. Medlingers. City of Jūrmala, sea...