The building of the summer cottage is a national architectural monument, an excellent object of neogothic wooden architecture, built around 1883. It was built by a Latvian enterpreneur, maecenas Kristaps Morbergs. In the interior of the building there are preserved plafonds of painted ceilings, stained glass, stoves featuring round glazed polychrome relief tiles and a fireplace. Auxiliary buildings were built in the turn of the 19th -20th century. The complex of buildings was bequeathed to the State University of Latvia. In 2007 – 2008 renovation works of the complex of buildings took place. The desing and greeneries of the 19th century were restored.
Biennial “Marina” is an international art event in Jūrmala focused on reflection of marine topic in visual and contemporary art in the meaning of traditional genre. Identity of biennial of 2019 is STORM. Entry to the venues is free of charge.
Location: Jurmala city museums and exhibition halls.