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Dzintari concert hall

Dzintari concert hall

One of the most significant cultural monuments offering a comprehensive program of culture with participation of local and foreign guest artists. In 1936 a closed type concert hall architected according to the projects of Alexander Birzenieks and Victor Mellenburg with 690 seats, the interior of which retaining  three separate paintinging - “Lielupe”, ...
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Kristaps Morberg’s Botanical Garden and Summer Cottage

Kristaps Morberg’s Botanical Garden and Summer Cottage

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 ...
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Former Swimming Establishment of Emilija Racene

Former Swimming Establishment of Emilija Racene

The building was constructed in the beginning of the 20th century and saw its expansion in 1914, for he first time ever in this part of Jurmala offering various – warm sea water, carbonic acid, oxygen and pine-tree extract baths daily in summer, and winter time. Two-storeyd wooden building is characterized by a high plinth on the beach side and wooden carvings that ...
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Hotel "Villa Joma"

Hotel "Villa Joma"

The first stage of the hotel building was constructed in 1896 as a private pension. During the Soviet times it was included in the corps of the rest house “Majori”. In 2001 according to the project of architect U. Senbergs there was performed the reconstruction of the building. 
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Hotel "Pegasa Pils"

Hotel "Pegasa Pils"

The building is constructed in the beginnig of the 20th century, unknown archictect. During the Soviet Times there was cardiology sanatorium of Janis Fabricius, later -sanatorium “Edinburga”. The building is renovated and elarged in 2003, currently with a hotel, café and a restaurant inside.
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Waker’s House

Waker’s House

Since 1870 there was a farm of the baker Shtegger; the place was used also as a market place, and a shop of Korovin was located here - he was the first one to get a trading licence, this was also a reason why street got its name – Traders’ street (Tirgoņu iela). In 1914, a 3 - storeyed stone house with a store, hotel, restaurant and a city bank was built there. In ...
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Sea Pavillion

Sea Pavillion

Built in 1909 in the style of historism to be used for leisure activities and recreation for the guests of resort, architect Arthur Medlinger. One of the most prominent social centres for spending late evening hours and leisure time of the beginning of 20th century located in the dune areas. Pavillion offered restaurant and popular whirling dance floor. In the summer of 1929 ...
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The Emilija Benjamin House

The Emilija Benjamin House

The building was the private estate of the social lady and press publisher Emilija Benjamin, who was the richest person in pre-World War II Latvia. Built in 1939, the architect Lev Vitlin. The elegance of the building is improved by the natural stone plate panneling featuring also the traces of the World War II – unerasable darker areas as a requirement of air defense ...
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Juras Street

Juras Street

Juras Street is the street closest to dunes in the town Majori. In the middle of the 19th century the area of Juras and Jomas Street was characterized by a strait and in a wet weather difficult to stroll through forest, but in the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century it turned to a district with summer cottages with beautiful gardens of wealthy people. ...
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Dwelling house Jūras iela 6

Dwelling house Jūras iela 6

Built in 1913, a typical Art Noveau building with an extremly profound and expressive, assymetrical composition and a graceful small tower characteristic to the beginning of the 20th century, that is balancing the overall volume of the building. A rich array of decors of wooden carvings. The building is a monument of architecture.
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Dwelling house Jūras iela 2

Dwelling house Jūras iela 2

Built around year 1909 and counts as one of the richest in details and most monumental Neo-clacissism wooden building in terms of construction in Jurmala. The main façade reveals a medallion with a bas-relief of women’s portrait. The pictorial silhouette of the building is supplemented with pergolas of the terrace and columns
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Former sanatorium "Marienbāde"

Former sanatorium "Marienbāde"

The first sanatorium in Jurmala, built in 1870. During the World War II almost all the complex of buildings of sanatorium was destroyed that occupied multiple landplots of dunes on the border of towns Dubulti and Majori. The main building of the sanatorium has heavily suffered and in 1940s a three-storeyd stone building with elements of classicism was built instead of it. ...
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Hotel "Majori"

Hotel "Majori"

Built in 1925 in a traditional historism style featured by neoclasicim and neo-baroque motives. The Arhitect Arthur Medlinger. Initially there were 100 rooms, four halls, terraces and a beautiful park with fountains around the building. In 30s of the 20th century there were held traditional jazz band concerts “Five o’clock tee dancing”. The hotel is currently ...
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Dwelling house – post office

Dwelling house – post office

Architectural monument of local importance. Building was constructed in 1897 according to the project of architect Victor Eplé. This is one of the rare historical stone buildings in Jurmala characterized by an asymmetric magnitude with the construction of the tower. During the time of Latvia free souvereign state there was set up a post and telegraph office in the ...
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Jurmala Culture Centre

Jurmala Culture Centre

The premises of the Jurmala Culture Centre offer possibilities to visit varied events – concerts, dance performance, art exhibitions, here there is also Jurmala cinema.
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