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Grand and sublime as a Tsarist palace receives a huge baroque palace every traveler, from Riga to Jelgava comes. It is the symbol of the fourth largest city in Latvia And testimony of former importance. In the 17th and 18 Jelgava century stood as the capital of the Duchy of Courland, which had also belonged Zemgale, for luxury and power. Long before stood in place of the castle on the island at the confluence of Lielupe Driksa.

Population 66,069 Recognized Landmarks
Area 60.68 sq km The old castle of the dukes of Courland
Baroque church of St. Anne
the tower of the destroyed Trinity church
the Villa Medem
the Academia Petrina
Average High Temperature 9.1°C
Average Lowh Temperature 2.0°C
Time zone EET (UTC+2)
Calling codes +371 630
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For many centuries, Jelgava was politically the second most important town in Latvia. From 1574 to 1795 Jelgava (then called Mittau) was the capital of the Duchy of Courland, the previously independent western portion of Latvia. It was a major economic and trading centre. In the 17th century, Duke Jacob ordered water pipes to be installed throughout Jelgava, which testifies to the town¡¯s prosperity, since water pipes were a rarity in Europe at that time.
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