Monument to Jānis Čakste
Jelgava

The monument to Jānis Čakste, the first President of the Republic of Latvia. It is next to the Tower of the Holy Trinity Church. It was unveiled on November 14, 2003, the author - sculptor Arta Dumpe. Read more

 Monument to the Liberators of Jelgava "Lāčplēsis"
Jelgava, Stacijas parks

The monument, which is situated in the Station Square, was unveiled on November 21, 1992. The author of the monument is the sculptor Andrejs Jansons who had restored the monument created by his father Kārlis Jansons. Money for the first monument "Lāčplēsis (Bear-slayer) and the Dark Knight", which... Read more

 Memorial sign in honor of the singer Nora Bumbiere
Jelgava, Skvērs aiz Kultūras nama

In the square behind the Jelgava Culture House, a 6.2 meters high statue dedicated to the owner of outstanding voice Nora Bumbiere is placed. The author of the statue K. Īle has united two songs of Nora Bumbiere Song about the last leaf and Mute song. On the bottom of the statue according to the so... Read more

 Monument to Ādolfs Alunāns
Jelgava, Ā.Alunāna parks

The founder of the Latvian theatre, Ādolfs Alunāns, was buried in Alunāns park, the site of the former Jāņa cemetery. A travertine tombstone, depicting Ādolfs Alunāns in the bas-relief made by the sculptor Burkards Dzenis, was erected in 1913 with the support of donations of Latvian people. Read more

 Svētbirze
Jelgava, Kalnciema ceļa un Vecā ceļa krustojums

The commemorative site where a memorial was erected on June 14, 1989, to remember those citizens of Jelgava who suffered from or died during the Soviet genocide against the Latvian people. In 2008 the memorial "Path of Sufferings" was unveiled in Svētbirze to commemorate the victims of repressions.... Read more

Vecpilseta Street Quarter
Jelgava, Vecpilsētas ielas kvartāls

Jelgava Old Town is the oldest part of the city where remains of wooden buildings are still preserved. The district was developed in the 18th and 19th century, and luckily was not destroyed during World War II. It is a pleasant place for enjoying the atmosphere of an ancient town and walks. It`s po... Read more

 Love Alley
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Jelgava

A monument of the 19th century has remained on the edge of the Dobele highway; it is called Love Alley – a monument of trust, friendship and beautiful dreams of the past and future. This place is bound to an ancient legend of Duke's Court Justice advisor Tetsuo, lawyer Schwander and their heritage.... Read more

 Ložmetējkalns in Tīreļpurvs
Jelgava Coun., Valgundes pag.

The surroundings of Ložmetējkalns (Machine Gun Hill) have preserved the unique evidence of the fortifications from World War I and the Christmas battles. Today Ložmetējkalns has become a symbol of the heroic spirit and it serves as a memorial to the Latvian Riflemen. A sightseeing tower (27 metres... Read more

 Monument to the Liberators of Jelgava
Jelgava Coun.

The monument to Daugavgrīva Home Guard was unveiled in 1991 at Svēte school. Daugavgrīva Home Guard did not let Germans to attack Jelgava. Read more

 Monument in the Burial Place of Swedish Soldiers Killed in the Battle of 1705
Jelgava Coun., Vilces pag.

The monument was unveiled on October 1, 1991; the sculptor of it was Mārtiņš Zaurs. The monument has the shape of a cross from any angle, also from the top. The monument is placed so that the shadow would never fall on the inscription on the monument. Read more

 Monument to Commemorate Mūrmuiža Battle of 1705
Jelgava Coun.

Victory streak. The monument was unveiled in 1935, the sculptor was Pēteris Ārendts. Read more

 Vareļi Monument
Ozolnieki Coun.

The monument is dedicated to 14 cadets of Latvia Military school killed in the fights against the Bermontians in November of 1919. The monument, which was designed by the artist Jānis Borkovskis in the shape of a pyramid covered with travertine plates, was unveiled on May 29, 1935 by Marģerts Skuje... Read more

Piemineklis kritušajiem 6. Rīgas kājnieku pulka karavīriem
Ozolnieki Coun.

1919.gada 17. novembrī pie bijušās Skuju pamatskolas notika kauja ar bermontiešiem, kurā 6. Rīgas kājnieku pulks zaudēja 16 karavīrus. 1922.gadā pulkvedis Mucenieks Jelgavas-Rīgas šosejas malā pie Skuju skolas uzstādīja 3.5 m augstu koka obelisku ar 16 kritušo karavīru vārdiem. Read more