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Jelgava Palace, Jelgava

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Jelgava Palace (Latvian: Jelgavas pils) or historically Mitau Palace (Latvian: Mītavas pils, German: Schloss Mitau) is the largest Baroque-style palace in the Baltic states. It was built in the 18th century based on the design of Bartolomeo Rastrelli as a residence for the Dukes of Courland in their capital of Mitau (today's Jelgava, Latvia). The Dukes of Courland also had a summer palace by Rastrelli, about 40 kilometers to the southeast, called Rundāle Palace.

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  • On the post island there is an exhibition of sand sculptures. Very interesting and of course very beautiful. This is world exhibition. Every year you can see totally different things. The sculptures.....  more »
  • I would have assumed that the local authorities in Jelgava would want to make the old palace more of an attraction worth visiting, with a museum and things to do there, but apparently not. We walked.....  more »
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  • We didn't go in the palace but the outside and the park is absolutely wonderful in summer time. Quiet and clean. 🙂
  • Castle in repairs, no inside to view anyway, university inside, viewing only outside, small museum with very interesting guide Juris worth the 2 EUR and the time. Best visited on the way to Rundale Castle for an hour.

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