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0,2 km austrumos no Vidsmuižas atrodas no šķeltajiem laukakmeņiem un sarkanajiem ķieģeļiem celtā (1910. - 1912. g.) Vidsmuižas katoļu baznīca. Tāpat kā Riebiņos esošā, arī šī ir uzskatāma par tipisku 19. – 20. gs. mijas Latgales lauku baznīcas paraugu.

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 The Krustpils Lutheran Church is found at Rīgas Street 211A in Krustpils, on the right bank of the Little Daugava. The stone church which is there was built between 1818 and 1820 and consecrated in 1824. Two older churches stood on the site before then. The church was seriously damaged during World War I, and it was restored in 1924. There are several notable cultural monuments in the church – the altar painting, “Christ Prays in the Garden of Gethsemane”, the organ (with pipes that were manufactured in Germany), etc. The church is seen as one of the best examples of Empire-style architecture in Latvia, and in 1999 it was granted the European blue flag as an element of cultural heritage. There are legends about underground passages to Daugavsala, which is to the West of the church. The church is closed to visitors most days and can only be viewed from the outside. Nearby the church are two monuments – one commemorating the politically repressed, and the other memorialising national partisans.

 

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Since the 1970s, these ruins have been on a small (100 m long) island that is part of the reservoir of the Rīga hydroelectric power plant.  The island is named after St Meinhard and the ruins are part of the oldest stone building in Latvia.  Work on the church began in 1184, but it was rebuilt and sacked several times, most recently in 1916.  The ruins have been conserved and are protected by a metal cover.  The shores of the island have been strengthened.  The 10 metre metal cross on the island was designed by E. Samovičs, while the stone altar was sculpted by J. Karlobs.

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Находится в 50 м к западу от Лудзенской католической церкви. Построена в 1738 году в форме восьмиугольной ротонды и служила местом отдыха графов Карницких. Небольшое здание с дощатой обшивкой, деревянным потолком и кирпичным полом. Возле капеллы установлена скульптура Девы Марии (1934 г.) работы лудзенского художника Леона Томашицкого - королевы земли Мары.

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Built around 1625, this church has for centuries been the main religions centre for the Suiti community and the foundation for the community’s spirituality and identity.  In 1882, the church was expanded into its current cross form.  Work by the Dutch wood carver Johan Mertens can be seen in the church.  The organ was built in 1893 in Jēkabpils by F. Weisenborn.  Under the church are the sealed graves of the Schwerin dynasty.

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Eine der schönsten Landkirchen Estlands, wurde ursprünglich als Zufluchtsort verwendet. Wurde im Stil der Frühgotik gebaut. Die Wandmalerei aus dem Jahr 1330.

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Sts. Peter and Paul Roman Catholic Church of Ozolmuiža was built in 1820 by the foundation of counts Plāteri-Zībergi. It is a stone building with a small bell tower. The church has a huge stone altar with four columns and a massive cross. It is a monument of state importance.
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In 1685, a military leader from Krakow, Belinsky, paid for the construction of a wooden church in the current location.  It was restored in 1749 and lasted until 1887, when it burned down during a storm.  A church with two steeples was designed in the Gothic style, and construction of it began one year later.  The church was consecrated in 1904 and is one of the most impressive churches in Latvia.  Attention should be paid to stained glass windows that feature images of St Meinhard and Albert.  Alongside the church is the centre of the Rēzekne-Aglona diocese, which is the seat of the local bishop.

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Jau pēc dievnama veidola var spriest, ka vēl ne tik sen – padomju laikos ēka bija izmantota citām vajadzībām. Pēc 2. pasaules kara to atsavināja draudzei, bet torni – uzspridzināja, dievnamā ierīkojot noliktavu. 20. gs. deviņdesmitajos gados draudze uzsāka baznīcas atjaunotni un tagad tā kalpo savam pamatmērķim.

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All Saints Orthodox Church of Malta (Rozentova) was built in 1928. It is the wooden log building with double window frames and a dome. Facades are decorated with the motive of the sun.
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This chapel is interesting in form and made of field stones.  It was built in the 19th century and is not open to the public.

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Atrodas Ganību ielā 120. Celta (iesvētīta 2001. g.) mūsdienu modernās arhitektūras formās un interesanta ar faktu, ka sākotnēji bijusi Vatikāna paviljons Pasaules izstādē “Expo 2000” Hannoverē. To pārbūvēja un uz Liepāju pārcēla par Vācijas katoļu saziedotajiem līdzekļiem. Ēkā darbojas katoļu draudzes centrs.

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The Velēna Lutheran Church is at the crossing of the Smiltene-Gulbene-Lizums roads. It is said that the roof of the first wooden church at this location had a peat moss roof. The organ from the Sauer company still works, and it is one of the best organs in Latvia. The organist offers guided tours of the church.

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Paramonovas Old-Believer Preaching House was built in 1882.
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Pļuskovas Old-Believer Preaching House was built in the beginning of the 20th century
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The church was built in 1835, and its greatest treasure is the organ, which was built by Karl Bittner in 1854.  The manse is being restored.  Boats are available for rental.

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This is the highest point in the southern part of Daugavpils.  A radius of approximately 300 m around 18. Novembra Street once housed the first Old Believer prayer house (1908-1928), the St Boris and Gleb Orthodox Cathedral (1905), the Daugavpils Mother of God Catholic Church (1905), and the Daugavpils Martin Luther Lutheran Church (1893).

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Dievnams celts no šķeltajiem laukakmeņiem un sarkanajiem ķieģeļiem laikā no 1894. - 1909. g. Tajā saglabājušās vecās koka baznīcas iekārtas un 18. gs. sākumā veidots cilnis “Svētais vakarēdiens”.

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St. John the Baptist Roman Catholic Church of Nagļi was built in 1862 by landlord Nābels. Some time ago, Nagļi Church was a branch of Viļāni Church. The Bernardian monks served there. After the closing of the cloisters in 1930s, the church was served by priests.
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Roman Catholic Church of Divine Grace – On 19 April 1998, the so-called “White Sunday” or the Day of Divine Grace, Saulkrasti Roman Catholic Church of Divine Grace was consecrated. The building is 24 m long and its tower is 16 m high. The 300-seat church was designed by the architect Jānis Šrēders. The image of Christ on the altarpiece was derived from the vision of the saint, Sister Faustina, of 22 February 1931 in a monastery in Poland. The altarpiece was created by the artist Ēriks Pudzēns. 14 paintings on the walls of the church depict Christ’s path of suffering from conviction to resurrection. The altar is built of ash. On 2 August 1998, a 7.38 m tall cross was consecrated by Saulkrasti Roman Catholic Church of Divine Grace. At night this cross is illuminated. The cross is similar to the cross of Golgotha in Jerusalem where Jesus Christ was crucified.