Now, it’s been a while since the previous Tour de Latvia 2020 story… But I’m finally back with the new one! About one of my most favourite places around the country, which is Mitava Palace. Or Jelgava Palace. I still prefer the Mitava Palace name for some reason. As if that very name gets me back to the roots of the city and the palace.
For a little note, Mitava Palace was built back in 18th century and is the biggest Baroque style palace across Baltic countries. Oh, I literally can spend hours talking about the history of the palace. But what I want to concentrate your attention on today are actually the details. Images of the details that I made while visiting Jelgava and walking around Mitava Palace back in, like, end of September.
Those, who’ve been with me and the blog for quite some time now, know that I’m pretty much keen on details when it comes to architecture. I really think that small details matter as they help to create that overall picture, of the palace in this very case.
I do like having a good walk around the palace and its sort of park during Autumn and Spring months… when nature starts getting more yellow-ish or, on the hand, when nature comes back to life after quite a long hibernation…