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Saldus History and Art Museum of Janis Rosenthal

The museum exhibits 559 various materials about the life and creative work of the artist. The museum complex consists of four buildings where the museum collection is located, an art exhibition hall and a history exhibition hall.

Art and history exhibitions are arranged in a small exhibition hall. The history expositions are based on the characteristic feature for the city of Saldus - about its being founded three times from anew, but invariably on the banks of the Ciecere River.  After the devastating years of the plague and war, residents returned here again to set up their living place with another scope and meaning.

Here one can see evidence of the ancient Cours’ castle on the Saldene castle mound.

The museum exhibits works of classics of Latvian fine arts and old masters, as well as modern Latvian artists. 

How to get there: 
Coordinates:
56.663264, 22.497111
An alternative description

Striķu iela 22, Saldus, LV-3801
+371 63881547
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Price (adults): 
€ 0.57 €
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On Sunday pensioners, families with children and the disabled can attend the museum for free.

Tourism Object Services: 
Exhibitions
Guide service available
Tourism Object Features: 
Free parking
Last updated: 
30.09.2014