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Cesis Exhibition House
Cesis Castle-Manor stable and coach house got its present appearance of the late Classicism - Empire freeform after the reconstruction in the early years of 19th century. The building was used as a stable for lord’s horses and Castle tavern guest horses, as well as the coach house where carts and carriages were kept.
Its original function as a stable and coach house was lost in the beginning of 1920th, when it was taken over by Daugavpils 8th infantry troops of Latvian Army. For next decades stable and coach house was used as a warehouse and garage. In 1985, after reconstruction building was opened as an Exhibition Hall.
Cesis Exhibition Hall is an unusual space with its own architectural solutions. Exhibition rooms are located on two floors with expressive, wooden structure.
It allows holding a variety of exhibitions, and great acoustics provide serious music concerts. With a diverse range of exhibitions, concerts and other entertainment activities Exhibition Hall integrates into Cesis, Latvia’s and global cultural processes.