Kuldiga

With the Aleksupite River running through its heart, Kuldiga is an attractive town with unique architecture and a romantic charm.

Kuldiga is a town in western Latvia. It was first mentioned in 1242, joining the Hanseatic League in 1368. The town is considered to be the pearl of Kurzeme, Latvia's western region. It boasts distinctive architecture, the Venta River with the widest waterfall ledge in Europe, and an old brick bridge. The pulse of the town is best felt in the central square, a venue for weavers' exhibitions, traditional festivities and other events. It is in Kuldiga that one can see the oldest wooden building in Kurzeme put up in 1670 near the town square. Others attractions include the Town Garden and Sculpture Park‬, Kuldiga Region‬al Museum, and Riezupe Sand Caves.
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