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Listed under Historic Towns and Villages in Latvia.

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Historic Kuldiga is one of Latvia’s prettiest cities, many of the most appealing buildings were constructed by the Cours who made this one of their capitals in the 17th Century, building profusely in stone. Aside from being a nice looking city, a Cour fortress, a huge synagogue, the interior decorated ornately in gold and a 240 metre wide waterfall are the areas key visitor attraction.

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