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On the bank of the biggest river in Latvia, the Daugava River, tourists will find the second-largest city in the country – Daugavpils. Upon arrival in this settlement, many travelers notice that it still has architectural landmarks and buildings that unleash the heroic military past of the region. On top of that, Daugavpils is a large city with well-developed infrastructure and a large number of cultural and educational centers. Culture and history intricately intertwine in this city, making modern Daugavpils even more charming. Every traveler can find something suitable and exciting in this city, even if they come for a mere purpose of entertainment. In 1577, the Russian tsar Ivan the Terrible captured the Livonian Dünaburg castle and ordered to build a new settlement on its site. This new town, Dvinsk, was continuously attracting Sweden and Poland, causing frequent armed conflicts. In the 50s of the 17th century, the Russians captured the town and renamed it as Borisoglebsk. This was not the end of fights for this region. In 1667, Poland captured the town, and Russia established its authority over the region again in 1772. For several centuries, Borisoglebsk was a fortress. At the end of the 19th century, the city returned its former name, Dvinsk. However, almost thirty years later, when the Lithuanian army captured it, the town was once again renamed as Daugavpils. In the 40s, the city with a rich history returned to the territory of Latvian SSR. Local people had … Read further

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Daugavpils sightseeing

There are four trains that connect Riga and Daugavpils. The journey time is roughly four hours. There are also buses that depart from Riga’s bus station every two hours. The bus ride to Daugavpils will be a bit shorter – three and a half hours. Buses departing from Rēzekne and Aglona reach Daugavpils faster – in three and one and a half hours respectively. Tourists can also reach Daugavpils by train as … Open

Overview of festivals and celebrations in Latvia

Good Friday, Easter Sunday and Easter Monday are the days when Easter is celebrated in Latvia. They fall on the days between March 22 and April 25. Eggs are still often painted using onion peel, chamomile, and other natural dyes. It is believed that one who eats such an egg without salt will lie throughout the summer. People hit each other's eggs, and the ones whose eggs do not break are believed to live longer. … Open

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