Jelgava Palace

Jelgava Palace

Jelgava or Mitava Palace is the largest Baltic palace in terms of its dimensions, built in the XVIII century according to the design of Bartolomeo Rastrelli in the Baroque style. It is the former residence of the Dukes of Courland and Zemgale, later the administrative center of the province, and today the main building of the Latvian Agricultural University.

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The palace has 674 windows, 615 doors and 669 rooms, as well as the tomb of the Kurzeme dukes. Today, the University of Agriculture in Latvia is the third largest higher education institution in the state.


March 29, 2024

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