Mores Battle Museum

Mores Battle Museum has been created as a cultural, historical, educational and tourist site. It is located in the place where, during World War II, from 26 September to 6 October 1944 fierce battles between Latvian legion soldiers and soldiers of the Soviet Army took place. In 2002 in co-operation with the Soldiers’ Association and the Society of Latvian Officers, the first exhibition of the objects found on the battle field and the recorded materials regarding this episode of was created.

  • Waffenstand

The ground floor of the Museum houses an exhibition dealing with the topic of war; an exhibition of household and crafts objects, as well as a playground for children is found on the first floor. Objects to inspect − a model of More battle, the weapons found on the battle field, a tank and other historical testimonies, a jeweller’s workshop, objects characterising the history of the parish.

57.080029, 25.062132
  • Languages spoken: 
    • Latvian
    • Russian
  • Guide service available
  • Souvenirs
  • Workshops
Amenities and Features: 
  • Free parking
Working Hours: 

The museum is open to visitors during daylight hours, by prior arrangement by phone +371 29446115, or +371 64147236

Last updated: 21.02.2013