(Click picture to enlarge) Lielvārde Lutheran Church in Lielvārde, Latvia. The first masonry church was built here in 1747, and it was destroyed in the First World War. It was built anew in 1932 – hence the two dates on
(Click picture to enlarge) Rock formation named the “bed of Lāčplēsis”, the hero of the Latvian national epic, near the Lielvārde castle ruins. Photo taken by me, August 2015.
(Click picture to enlarge) Street marker for Auseklis Street in Lielvārde. Made out of wood, it features the traditional Auseklis pattern. Lielvārde is home to the traditional “Lielvārde belt” that is iconic among Latvian traditional dress, and motifs from this
(Click picture to enlarge) Lielvārde Castle ruins, Lielvārde. Photo taken by me, August 2015.