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Rainis and Aspaziya are famous for poetry and plays and political writing, and highly honored also for their roles in the independence movement. There's finally an English translation of some of Aspaziya's writing, "Aspazija. Her Lyrical Prose," available at bookstores in Riga (perhaps here too,...More
It's a free tour of a pretty house furnished by the woman who once lived there. There are some nice views from the house. One part of it that I particularly liked are that there are holograms of a black and white cat all over...More
I've been to the place lots of times, know people who work there, its their passion.
Museum is restored thanx to their initiative. It often hosts, prepares different events and also its possible to prepare yours own event!
Always friendly and helpful stuff!
The only problem is that it is difficult to cross the road. For some odd reason, they did not think that people coming from West would visit it... Apart from this, it is a nice house and museum, When I was there, there was a...More
Aspaziya's house is a ten minute walk from the centre of Jurmala and is worth a visit for anyone interested in Aspaziya or Rainis. We were the only ones there and were given a personal tour that was interesting and informative. Its a lovely old...More