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The inhabitants of Jurmala offer new possibilities for tourists every year – hotels and guesthouses, various entertainment. Taste delicious and healthy food in Jurmala's restaurants and cafes, walk along the central promenade of Jomas street, explore the eco-trails in Kemeri National park and Ragakāpa Nature Park, enjoy the water attractions in the biggest aquapark in Northern europe"Līvu Akvaparks" and "Nemo", visit the famous concert hall Dzintari or simply watch the sunset on Jurmala beach! In every season there are plenty of events for everyone – art exibitions, local and international events and concerts.

The main feature of the 19th century and the first half of the 20th century is the wooden architecture. The wood, as an easily available raw material, is attractive and suitable for seasonal houses. Only the rich citizens could afford hiring educated architects to design their houses. Mainly they were Baltic German and Latvian

specialists but there are also works of Russian, Finnish and other architects. Since the first half of the 19th century, the popularity of the classical architecture remained steady. Thare are also buildings of historism, Art Noveau, national romantism, as well as functionalism. Characteristic feature of Jurmala’s architecture: it is rich in decorations of wooden carvings on the facades and roofs. The list of architectural monuments includes 414 buildings, but more than 4000 buildings correspond to the status of the city’s historical buildings