Piltene is an ancient town in Northern part of Kurzeme, situated next to the former riverbed of the river Venta, 22 km from Ventspils. It is famous for being the main town of Kurzeme bishopric from the end if XIII cent.
Lielā iela 2a, Piltene, Ventspils novads, LV-3620
Valdemārpils (before 1926 – Sasmaka) lies 16 km north of Talsi, on the shore of Lake Sasmaka. An ancient Couronian castle once stood on top of the near-by Dupurkalns hill, also the site of cult activity. The name of Sasm
Igene church is one of the few wooden churches in Latvia, built in mid-18th century and still successfully serving its original purpose. The shape of the dimension, layout and proportions of the church are archaic bearin
Iģene, Vandzenes pagasts, Talsu novads, LV-3281
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“Jāņkalni” path provides information on the ancestral ornaments, signs, and deities which are our cultural heritage. The educational objective is to acquaint pupils with the customs of ancient Latvians, to he
On the steep Church Hill of Talsi rising above the old town stands the white-stone Church of Talsi – built in 1567 and reconstructed numerous times. In the course of several centuries its architecture was shaped by Roman
Construction of the Livonian Order Castle in Kandava was initiated in year 1254.
Kukši Manor is a typical manor of the early 18th century. In historical documents it was first mentioned in 1530. The manor was called after brothers Pēteris, Jēkabs and Klāvs Kukši.
Textile workshop “Austrumi” is located in beautiful surroundings – within a forest enclosure in the vicinity of Saldus.
Newlyweds have an opportunity to create their first joint pottery masterpiece, and to break a pot for a happy life. Visitors can order wedding gifts and souvenirs, and try their hand in producing some.
Janis Rozentals depicted Saldus church in his paintings in the early 20th century.The organ was built in 1872 by Karl Alexander Hermann (1847 – 1926)in Liepaja.The first professional Latvian organ player Oskars Sepskis,