Monument to the citizens of Aloja who died in the Latvian Liberation Fights and in World War I.

The location of the monument was originally planned to be in the centre of the village of Aloja, at the road junction near the Aloja railway station. The land for this purpose was acquired from the State Land Fund, but its installation was disrupted by the Soviet occupation in 1940 and the Second World War.
"Vecpriesteri", Alojas pagasts
lat: 57.776755; lon: 24.879539

Orthodox Church of the Nativity of Christ

Address:"Vecpriesteri", Alojas pag.
The Orthodox parish in Aloja was founded on 31 August 1846 with the blessing of Bishop Filaret (Gumiļevskis) of Riga, at a time when 700 Lutherans of Aloja joined Orthodoxy between 1845 and 1848. Until 1917 the congregation was registered as the Stakenbergs congregation because it was located in the Stakenbergs manor. read more ››

Cafe "Nina S"

Address:Jūras iela 13, Aloja
Phone:+371 28303152
"NINA S" offers catering services. It prepares various meat products and salads to order. Banquet tables are set according to clients' wishes. Takeaway food can be ordered. read more ››

Evangelical Lutheran Church in Aloja

Address:Baznīcas iela 2, Aloja
Aloja Evangelical Lutheran Church is a Latvian Evangelical Lutheran Church church located in the centre of Aloja. read more ››

Cafe "Mieriņš"

Address:Kalēju iela 7, Aloja
Phone:+371 26159180
The Café "Mieriņš" offers dining, banquets, overnight stays, a public sauna and souvenirs. read more ››

Hotel "Mieriņš"

Address:Kalēju iela 7, Aloja
Phone:+371 26159180
The hotel offers 3 double rooms and 3 four-bed rooms with shared shower and toilet facilities. All rooms are equipped with a TV and a seating area. read more ››
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