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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 Lielupe River is separated from the sea by a narrow sand bar which is 320 metre wide. The house was built in 1903. It is an outstanding sample of wooden architecture.
Newlywed couples are invited to take photos and to share their first cup of coffee in Aspazija’s sitting-room, at the same time enjoying the historical interior of the room. The house, in which poet Aspazija spent the last 10 years of her life, is situated in the narrowest stretch of Jūrmala, in Dubulti, where the Lielupe River is only separated from the sea by a narrow, 320 metre wide, strip of land.
The house was built in 1903 and is a magnificent example of wooden architecture.