A 15 min film about the history of the Naval Port can be viewed un Prison buffet free of charge.
Large-scale photo exhibition “Latvian soldier then and now” was created in June, 2019 by the annual creative photo workshop during the first Karosta Festival
Freedom trail in a 10 km long hiking trail, that takes you along the old fortifications and 1919 Independence battle locations.
The 20 km bicycle route of Karosta goes along the least known streets of Karosta and unveils some of its hidden gems.
Redan is part of Liepaja Fortress built at the turn of the century. There were heavy battles against Bermontians during the Independence War in 1919. Large-scale murals were created during Karosta Festivals in 2019 and 2020.
ART WILL SAVE KAROSTA
Karosta – built for war, seen its prime, misery and times of change. Today – a place where people live, work and rest.
Karosta – a place where art is created.
June of 2020 opened the doors for “THE KAROSTA FESTIVAL. Thirty years of independence in Karosta, 1990-2020”.
On Invalīdu Street near Karosta Prison, you can find a large-format mural painting by Eduards Dubrovskis (Latvia).
“State powers once left but a stump where there was once a powerful tree of our nation; we can now see our history and recognize who we once were through its rings; but our roots are deep and we are growing anew. Through a common goal we let free the sprouts from the shackles of the past so that we can grow great and be truly free. A dedication to 30 years of independence in Karosta, 1990-2020.“
Northern forts. Clara Cabrera (Spain) mural “Pētertirgus” (Peter’s market), Alexei Elementton (Karosta) mural “Нептун следит за базаром” (Neptun watches the market/thinks what he’s saying) and Al Sticking (Francija) mural of old lady’s portrait.
Guided tours in Karosta Prison
Guided tours are free of charge for children younger than 7 years.
!!! If you wish to support Society ot Save Karosta, donate to A/S Swedbanka LV58HABA0551004375031 or at the Karosta Prison.