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Baltā māja (English: White House) is a national architectural monument in Latvia, national defense Nr.6183.
It was the servants' residence for the Rundāle Palace. From 1949 the building was property of Rundale consumer associations and Bauska district consumer association, when in the "White House" were a shop and residential premises. In 1997 "White House" became an Ikertu family property, which is now a guest house.
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