Lettisches Ethnografisches Freilichtmuseum
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30min. drive from the city center | on the coast of Jugla lake | 87,66ha of pine tree forest | established in 1924 | about 100 ancient buildings from all ethnographic regions of Latvia dated from 17th ct. to 1940 | open all year round | craft skills demonstrations | events for the whole family
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When entering the tiny Latvia of the former times that hides unobtrusively behind the pine forest at Lake Jugla, don’t strive to perceive it as a reality for it was a reality only to those from long ago. But the objects, structures, and households still continue to exist. You, a visitor and a…
Place for a walk and bit of history. There are special events going on during summer time.
A fantastic open air museum on Latvian traditional culture. Walk around in the forest, see fairy-tale looking houses, churches, windmills, and also authentic traditional artisans.
The Ethnographic Open-Air Museum of Latvia. Original buildings and entire households from all parts of Latvia, craftsmen and fresh air. Wonderful place!