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Eastern Latvia (Latgale)

  • The museum to Francis Trasuns (1864 – 1926), a notable figure during the national awakening in Latgale, a priest, statesman, writer, and...
  • Luznava Manor was built in the early 20th century. The manor-house was built between 1905 and 1911 in the style of historicism and Art Noveu from...
  • Latgale weaving traditions are alive in the artist’s works, also handworks, splint basketry.
  • Ceramic artist Vasilevskis is the founder and leader of the "Pūdnīku skūla" (Potters' School) group of the Cultural Fund of Latvia....
  • Rest on a quiet bank of the Daugava. The house has been granted a nature health centre status, all buildings of the object have been built from...
  • Zasas parks
    Zasa Park holds the status of a specially protected  object of local importance. The park occupies an area of 23 ha, with its own rules for...
  • A small museum has been set up in the former Līdumnieki Parish Council building, where Second World War relics found in the surrounding countryside...
  • The manor house was built in the 19th century. It was set fire to in 1905, and considerably damaged during both world wars.
  • Woodcarver makes images of politicians, artists and popular persons from the wood. Painter paints still life paintings in the oil technique by...
  • Where the Latvian territory begins and the Dvina River turns into the Daugava, mother nature has accumulated all its sunlight and vigour into the...