Travelling to Aluksne in a wheelchair
On this route, let us go to Aluksne.
Let's visit Aluksne's Old Palace on the coast of Lake Aluksne
The Old Castle is part of the building complex of Aluksne Manor, located on the coast of Lake Aluksne. The building house of the Manor Wall was constructed from 1793 to 1794 in the style of classicism and has been the least remodeled to date. During the first vacant state of Latvia, in 1932, a hospital was installed in the building of the Old Palace, the director of which was a doctor, Janis Keggi, from 1938 to 1944. For several years now, the municipality of Aluksne has had close cooperation with his son, Kristaps Keggi, who lived in America. There is an Art School of Aluksne in the castle, so it is necessary to apply in advance on the inside of the tour.
Accessibility: Aluksne's Old Palace is open to people with mobility difficulties. Facilities are available for people in wheelchairs.
Let's see the Ernest Glick Museum.
You can look into the history of Latvian language and culture in Aluksne. The Biblical Museum offers you to meet the “biblical path” from the first, E. Glick's Biblical translation, to modern editions. The exhibition covers biblics in 40 world languages, various editions of sermons and songbooks. The ability to read texts in the old writing and to experience language developments over the centuries.
The Museum of the Jaunlaicen Manor.
The estate of the von Wolff family, surrounded by hills and lakes, the New laicen Manor complex. Go away and know how the Museum of Jaunlaicen tells you through humor and good feelings about living with Malian and German barons, local culture, traditions. By acting together, you will only hear the sonorous malenic sheath, sayings and healthy attitudes of life on the side of Aluksne.
Let's enjoy the soft lake wind with the raft of “The seagull,”
Number of seats 2 people with a wheelchair and 2 people not using a wheelchair, or 1 person with a wheelchair and 4 people without a wheelchair (two custom vehicles, possibly, for places to be specified)
Road costs for a vehicle for a group of EUR 280 or 70 per person
Lunch per person for an average of €8 (prices vary depending on the food and quantity chosen)
The Museum of the Manor of Jaunlaicen: Free
Ernest Glick Bible Museum: €1
The Old Palace of Aluksne (Palace of Ezermala): price: to be ascertained
Raft of the “seagull” for the 50-euro group
Šeit var ievadīt papildus saturu. Ja papildus satura nav, tad šo bloku var noslēpt, nospiežot uz ikoniņas augšējā stūrī.
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