One of the most exquisite objects of the Kemeri park can be found on an artificial island formed on the end of the small river Versupite (Vēršupīte). Already since the end of the 19th century there was a pavilion, richly decorated with wood carvings, that was demolished during the World War I. The stone rotunda performed in traditions of morn classicism was built in 1928 according to the project of architect Friedrich Skujins. Here there was a coffee pavilion that offered soft drinks, tea and coffee with snacks to the guests of the resort and a radio was installed for entertainment of guests. During the Soviet Era Childhood festivities were held near the “Islet of Love”.