Great wave sea.

Section 3. Bernāti - Liepāja - Karosta (The War Port).

SEE Worth seeing

Landscape element "Spoku koks" (The Ghosts’ Tree)

An impressive 6 m high tree made of 4000 little metal bars as a tribute to the famous Latvian rock band Līvi.

Sculptures representing the characters in Liepāja’s anthem

Along the entire length of Kūrmājas prospekts, there are bronze sculptures memorializing the characters of Liepāja’s anthem called Pilsētā, kurā piedzimst vējš (The City Where The Wind Is Born).

The Oskars Kalpaks Bridge

This swing bridge is one of the oldest metal construction bridges in Latvia and a technical monument.

The Karosta prison

Go on an excursion, enjoy a reality show, try to get out of locked rooms, spend the night in a prison cell and take lunch in a Soviet cafeteria. +371 26369470

The St. Nicholas Orthodox Naval Cathedral
This church was built between 1900 and 1903 in the Byzantine style, and was meant for the local military garrison. The church, which was built to honour St Nicholas, patron saint of all seamen, and it was consecrated in the presence of Tsar Nicholas II. The ornate building was sacked by the Germans during World War I. During Latvia’s period of independence, the cathedral was used by the local military garrison. The Soviet military, in turn, turned into a sports hall, a cinema for sailors, and a warehouse. There are stories to say that Soviet soldiers broke off bits of the golden mosaic of the icons in the church. The building has now been returned to an Orthodox congregation. The builders of the cathedral used a unique way of pouring cement, which is why there are no supporting columns in the church. Instead, its weight is bolstered by its walls, with four arched vaults supporting them. It is the tallest Orthodox cathedral in Latvia at this time.
The North Pier

The total length of the pier is 1800 m, its width is 7,35 m.

The Northern Forts

Part of the city's fortification system built at the turn of the 20th century. Artillery batteries that were not completely blown up and underground structures that are remained intact up to nowadays.