Nīca Evangelical Lutheran Church

Nica Evangelic Lutheran Church is bult of masonry from 1849 to 1851 according to the project of the Courland governorate’s architect F. Šulcs. The Church of Nīca was active from 1851 to 1945. During World War II, in April 1945, German soldiers blew up the church tower. Its roof collapsed, also partly the walls collapsed. In the postwar years, the restoration of the church and interior began. On May 21, 1961, the church was closed and its congregation work was suspended. They started to use the church building as a gym. The congregation regained the building in 1990. 

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Monument to Sculptor Miķelis Pankoks

Miķelis Pankoks (1894–1983) was a scultor, carpenter, fisherman, autodidact with a parish school education. He was born in the family of a fisherman in "Veckupši" at Jūrmalciems. A memorial stone is installed there. During his life, he created more than 700 unique...

The Pier of Jūrmalciems

On August 4, 1935, the Farmers Festival was widely celebrated in Nīca, and the Prime Minister Kārlis Ulmanis and the Minister of Agriculture Jānis Birznieks were present. They also visited the fishers of Jūrmalciems. Seeing their efforts in collecting wracks to...

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