Ādaži History and Art Gallery
Art gallery, History
Ash cemetery
Carnikava railway station
Carnikava’s wooden boats
Celebrations, Leisure boat
Carnikavas cemetery chapel
Carnikavas Local History Centre
Fishing traditions, Local History Centre
Carnikavas manor park
Carnikavas Promenade
Promenade, Walking trail
Church Baltezers
Coastal Fortifications in Carnikava
Military heritage
Dzīvo Sapņu dārzs (Garden of living dreams)
Mini Zoo
Festival square in Carnikava
Festival square
Flea maket in Adazi county
Flea market, Local goods
Former Soviet military town in Mežgarciems
Military heritage
G.Falka tombstone
Garciems wooden walking trail
Nature park, Walking trail
Garden “Saulesķirši”
Historical house “Kaķi”
J. Podziņa porcelain workshop
Kokaudzētava “Baltezers”
Komunistiskā terora upuru piemiņas vieta
Lake Dzirnezers
Lake line Garezeri
Lake Pulksteņezers (Clock Lake)
Lake Ummis
Lampreys are coming
Augmented reality
Leisure boat “Sarnikau”
Leisure boat
Memorial site of O.Vācietis
Memorial site
Mill Coffee
Coffee roastery
Nature Park ” Piejūra”
Nature park
Nutrition Class program at Ādažu čipsi Factory
Nutrition class, potato chips factory
Parabolic dunes
Path of bells
Nature trail
Pedestrian- cyclist bridge in Carnikava
Riga Water Supply history exhibition
History exhibition
Sculpture “Atceroties”
The bridge over Gauja river
The mouth of river Gauja
Gauja river
Virtal Realm
Celebrations, Karaoke, Virtual Reality
Carnikavas manor park

A small hill in Carnikava Park, on top of which a Second World War military cemetery stands today, hosted a magnificent palace of Count Ernst Reinhold von Mengden’s manor estate from the late 18th century to 1917. The designer of the building was the legendary chief architect of the City of Riga and  leading master of classical architecture in Latvia, Christoph Haberland. According to accounts of eyewitnesses and local historian J. V.  Krauze, it was among the greatest mansions in Vidzeme: it had beautiful paintings, sculptures, moldings, indoor plants, as well as 14 spectacular sandstone columns with ionic capitals in the facade.

The Carnikava Manor palace was burned down in autumn of 1917, during the First World War, with the German Army approaching the area, leaving the park and a column capital as the only nearby witnesses of its former glory. Two remaining capitals can be seen near the stairs of the main building of the University of Latvia and another one in a square near the Small Guild in Riga.