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The Kemeri railroad station

The Kemeri railroad station dates back to 1877, when the rail line was opened. A train from Moscow travelled to Ķemeri for awhile, and until 1920, there was a tram leading from the train station to the beach at Jaunķemeri. The station was destroyed during World War I and rebuilt in 1922 (the architect was Artūrs Medlingers). This was the first building in Ķemeri to be erected after the establishment of Latvia’s independence.

The station building was rebuilt once again after World War II. A bike rental facility is found inside.

The Kemeri railroad station dates back to 1877, when the rail line was opened. A train from Moscow travelled to Ķemeri for awhile, and until 1920, there was a tram leading from the train station to the beach at Jaunķemeri. The station was destroyed during World War I and rebuilt in 1922 (the architect was Artūrs Medlingers). This was the first building in Ķemeri to be erected after the establishment of Latvia’s independence.

The station building was rebuilt once again after World War II. A bike rental facility is found inside.

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56.938515, 23.489326
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Last updated: 
30.09.2014