Ceturtdiena, 27. februāris
Vārda dienas: Līvija, Līva, Andra

Bīriņi castle

Skats uz pili no parka puses.Skats no pils uz terasi un ezeru. Mīlestības ozols Bīriņu pils parkā.Bīriņu pils kapenes.Bīriņu pils parkā.Skats uz Bīriņu pili no putna lidojuma.
The dwelling house of the manor house owners, constructed in 1860. The building is surrounded by a romantic and beautiful setting, formed by a facilitated park, lakes and manor house buildings. A hotel and a restaurant are located in the castle. The spacious halls of the castle are suitable for wedding celebrations, parties and seminars. A tavern is located in the water mill.
Piedāvā: lodgings, restaurant, rooms for seminars (capacity 150), rooms for festivities (capacity 200), internet access, TV, steam bath, pool, swimming, boats (2), fishing, bicycles (3), horseback riding, ride in horse driven sledge, nature trail, tour guide services
Address: Bīriņi, Vidrižu pag.
GPS: lat: 57.244694; lon: 24.685249
Phone:+37129244927 / LV, RU; +371 29416661 / EN
Web:www.birinupils.lv; E-mail: hotel@birinupils.lv

Address: Bīriņi, Vidriži parish, Limbaži district
Phone: +371 29416661
Fax: +371 64024035
e-mail: hotel@birinupils.lv

Bīriņi castle was built in the time Augusts fon Pistolkorss in 1860. after the architect F.V. Hese project. This is the most impressive crescent-style building in Latvian castle architecture. ''The building's common architectonical solution is attributable to neo-gothic, but the window openings - whose semi-circle covers have a significant role in the castle's common character - are characteristic to the crescent style. Thereby, the Bīriņi castle from the stylistic opinion can be assessed as a peculiar combiantion of two trends. It has also earned the contemporary recognition and in nowadays can be considered as a extraordinary example of architectonical thinking''. The building had a rich decor - sculptures, moldings, which have been lost in WW I. In the castle itself neo-renaissance interior finish has been preserved - the broad entrance lobby with bilateral wooden staircase, dining hall with cartridged wooden ceiling and glaced tile stove etc.
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