Ceramic sculpture "The Mover"

On the occasion of the 80th anniversary of Salacgrīva, a fire sculpture was built and burnt, which has been a landmark for Salacgrīvians and tourists ever since. It was created by artist Imants Klīdzējs.
In nine days, a 2.5 metre high stone sculpture was created in Salacgrīva, on the left bank of the Salaca River, on the site of the old bridge.
The mover leans his hand against the ground because times are hard - winds, rain and snow - but he has to stand firm, be a guarantor of stability. In his other hand is an oar, a raft, or perhaps the flag of the city?
The ferryman is not just a fictional legend; the father of Robert Spurins (Bubja) once worked as a ferryman.
Why "The Mover"?
Salacgrīva as a town began to emerge in the 1870s, when the lands on the left bank of the Salaca River belonged to the Svētciems manor, while the right bank was owned by the Vecsalaca manor. Until 1923, traffic between the two sides was maintained only by means of a ferry. Only then did a wooden bridge start to be built and renovated every spring.
lat: 57.753668; lon: 24.359173


Salacgrīva Promenade

The Salaca promenade was created to protect the right bank of the Salaca river from erosion. read more ››

Alley of fame

On 16 July 2016, the " Alley of Fame" was opened on the promenade. The idea was conceived by Dagnis Straubergs. In the alley, you will find 24 bronze palm prints of famous people who have visited our city. read more ››

Pizza restaurant "ab initio"

Address:Krīperu iela 3, Salacgrīva
Phone:+371 26566287
AB INITIO pizza restaurant welcomes guests from near and far with top-quality Italian pizzas cooked at 400 degrees in an oak wood-fired oven. read more ››

Apartment in Bocmaņa Square

Address:Bocmaņa laukums 2, Salacgrīva
Apartment in the centre of Salacgrīva - Bocmaņu square. read more ››

Apartments in Bocmaņa Square

Address:Bocmaņa laukums 2A, Salacgrīva
Apartments in the centre of Salacgrīva - Bocmaņa square. read more ››
Sign up for newsletter

© 2009-2024 Limbaži TIC. All rights reserved. »