Bulduri

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Bulduri
Celebration of the Freedom Fights "The Bridge and Eternity"
Celebration of the Freedom Fights "The Bridge and Eternity"
Location in Jūrmala
Location in Jūrmala
Country Latvia
CityJūrmala
Area
 • Total2.7 km2 (1.0 sq mi)
Elevation
3 m (10 ft)
Population
 (2008)[1]
 • Total3,070
 • Density1,137/km2 (2,940/sq mi)

Bulduri is a residential area and neighbourhood of the city of Jūrmala, Latvia.

The Bulduri railway station was established in 1877. During the era of Imperial Russia, Bulduri was known to western visitors as Bilderlingshof[2] and in Latvian as Bilderliņi[3] Restaurant and nightclub Jūras Pērle (Sea Pearl) was built in Bulduri in 1965 according to plans by architect Josif Goldenberg [lv][4] and demolished in 1994.[5] [6]

On August 2018 opened new synagogue Beit Israel. It is the only active synagogue in Jurmala and the first one to be build after the destruction of the local Bulduri synagogue in 1941.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Jūrmalas pilsētas teritorijas plānojums" (PDF).
  2. ^ http://baltikum.nl/english/latvia/latvia-in-imperial-russia/the-baltic-riviera/
  3. ^ http://baltikum.nl/english/latvia/latvia-republic-1918-1940/the-baltic-riviera-latvian-republic-1918-1940/
  4. ^ The Baltic Riviera : Soviet period 1944-1990
  5. ^ Aizgājušo laiku uzdzīves pērles - padomju ēras stilīgākās vietas, kuras piemeklējis bēdīgs gals
  6. ^ Restaurant Jūras Pērle

External links[edit]

Media related to Bulduri at Wikimedia Commons


Coordinates: 56°59′00″N 23°51′22″E / 56.98333°N 23.85611°E / 56.98333; 23.85611