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Art objects

Art object "Jūrmala"

Art object "Jūrmala"

On the beach of Majori, at the end of Tirgoņu Street, there is a large-format inscription JURMALA. The 7-meter-long photo object perfectly complements the beach of the resort town, as well as the photo moments of the city's guests and residents!
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Aspazija in Dunes

Aspazija in Dunes

The sculpture "Aspazija in dunes" (Aspazija kāpās), which is dedicated to the outstanding Latvian poet and playwright Aspazija, is located in a spot overlooking the sea as well as the house of Aspazija herself, where the poetess spent the last decade of her life. The sculpture in the dunes can also be seen from the veranda window of Aspazija's house. The ...
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Dzintari Forest Park Viewing Tower

Dzintari Forest Park Viewing Tower

Use the opportunity to climb the high tower and look over the tops of pine trees on the sea horizon. A visit to the viewing tower is publicly available to everyone free of charge during the working hours of Dzintari Forest Park every day from 9:00 to 22:00. The viewing platform of the tower is located at a height of 33.5 m. The tower has 12 platforms appropriate for ...
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Fountain "The Horizon"

Fountain "The Horizon"

A fountain "The Horizon" created by Inta Berga was set up in the square (opposite the Majori Train Station) in 2006.
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Jūrmala Globe

Jūrmala Globe

The biggest globe in Latvia is made from copper plates.
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Ķemeri Water Tower

Ķemeri Water Tower

Kemeri Water Tower is one of the historical sights in the renovated Kemeri Resort Park. The 42-meter high tower was built in 1929 and is a part of the industrial heritage of Latvia. After the renovation in 2021 the Water Tower was opened for visitors. Nowadays, apart from the main function of water supply, the tower is also a touristical sight. It is possible to explore ...
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Monument "Krauklītis"

Monument "Krauklītis"

In 1991, a monument "Krauklītis" (“The Little Raven”) by authors Zigrīda Fernava – Rapa and Juris Tiščenko – Rapa was unveiled on the edge of the Jomas Street. It is devoted to the poets Rainis and Aspazija paying homage to their performance in the social gathering in Horn’s Garden in 1905. Jomas iela 35. 
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Sculpture "Bruņurupucis" (the Turtle)

Sculpture "Bruņurupucis" (the Turtle)

Sculptor - J. Bārda. The turtle symbolizes long life. On Majori beach detective series “Dubultslazds” (Double trap) by Aloizs Brencis was shoot in 1985.
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Sculpture "Pine trees of Rainis"

Sculpture "Pine trees of Rainis"

Sculptor Kristaps Gulbis. Sculptural object "Pine trees of Rainis" is located in a favourite resting place of Rainis to which he devoted a poem "Broken pine trees", and which symbolically perpetuate the memory and witness of the time, place and events that have unfolded here. Sculpture is located in the dune area in Pumpuri, in the end of Amatas street, ...
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Sculpture "Turaidas roze" (Turaida Rose)

Sculpture "Turaidas roze" (Turaida Rose)

Sculptor – Valtis Barkāns. Sculpture is a modern story of Turaida Rose, “She is calling her fiancé, waiting for him, but he does not come and she feels betrayed”, tells the sculptor, who was trying to create the image light and feathery.
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Sculpture ‘’Standing, Singing on a High Hill”

Sculpture ‘’Standing, Singing on a High Hill”

The 4-meter-high new environmental art object in Melluži Park was created by sculptor Olga Šilova. The name of the sculpture is a reference to the Latvian folksongs and literally means ‘’Standing, Singing on a High Hill”. The concept of the work is based on several thematic layers - folklore, the character of the nation and an old known desire to ...
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The Boat

The Boat

By the sea on the beach of Lielupe, at the end of the Ragakāpa Nature Trail, stands a photogenic red wooden rowing boat with an inscription “Saviļņo jūtas Jūrmalā” (Sail into the Sea of Love) that one can board and sail directly into the hearts of social networks. It symbolises the city by the sea and the relationship between two people. Regardless from which side ...
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The Cone

The Cone

In the Jaundubulti Square across the Dubulti Culture Quarter stands a seven metres high media object “Čiekurs” (the Cone). The sculpture created by architect Didzis Jaunzems serves simultaneously as a pavilion that visitors can enter to listen to wind chimes. If you look up, you will notice that the structure forms a beautiful symmetrical geometrical pattern. ...
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The White Gull of Jūrmala

The White Gull of Jūrmala

Media objects “Jūrmalas baltā kaija” (the White Gull of Jūrmala) has been installed in three popular locations in the centre of Jūrmala. These are three benches with 13 bronze gulls and one aluminium gull with one of the benches located in the square opposite railway station Majori, another on Jomas street near Jūrmala Culture Centre and the last one in Dzintari, ...
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