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Museum of battles of More
Museum of battles of More

There is the possibility to view exhibits on World War II, accompanied by a guide: weapons, military uniforms, equipment, as well as a T-34 army tank.

At the end of World War II, in 1944 on September from 25 to 30, intensive battles between the Soviet Army and soldiers from the Latvian Legion, enlisted under the German Army, took place on the territory of More parish. For two weeks soldiers of the Latvian Legion fought on their own soil an army ten times larger, thus halting at the Sigulda defensive line the march of the Soviet Army for Riga. This has influenced further historical events.



  • an open air exhibition of Soviet Army Tank T-34 and other military equipment from World War II;
  • an indoor collection of weapons, medals, military uniforms and accessories;
  • a layout map and situation model of the Battles of More;
  • stories by and discussions on history with the museum staff;
  • household articles and handicraft work from around the vicinity of More;
  • a craftsman jewellers workshop and souvenirs;
  • a playground for children and relaxation area and canopy with tables and campfire.


Address Kalna Kaņēni, More parish, Sigulda county
Coordinates 57.079668   25.061761
Phone +371 29446115, +371 26699694,
+371 64147236

01.05. - 31.10.: 10AM - 4AM
01.11 - 30.04.: - please arrange your visit in advance. 

Adult - 5.00 EUR
Pupil, student, pensioner - 3.00 EUR

Children till 5 year - free of charge


History of the Museum:

The Memorial sites of World War II Battles of More were created in More parish with the support from the state and sponsors.
The Memorial sites:

  • a cemetery of fallen soldiers from the Latvian Legion;
  • a cemetery of fallen soldiers from the Soviet Army;
  • an entrenchment, bunkers, a battle field, a memorial plate - within the memorial park of More Battles;
  • the creation of the Battles of More Museum was started in order to make it an object of cultural history, education and tourism.

As a result of cooperation between Sigulda Soldiers Association (Siguldas karavīru biedrība) and Latvian Officer Association (Latviešu Virsnieku apvienība), the first explosition was established at Kalna Kaņēni in 2002 consisting of items found in the battlefield and materials documenting this episode of war.
The daily maintenance of a newly created museum was undertaken by coterie, which in 2006 has established the Association "More Museum".

Activities of the association members have resulted in an earmarket subsidy from the state for the repairs of Museum premises, and each year the municipality grants a small amount of funds for creation of exposition in the museum.

Providing a tour guide to groups of any size, in 2006 the association hosted approximately 3500 visitors in the museum, while in 2007 it amounted to 4000.

The battles of More Memorial sites and the Museum provide school students with an interactive history lesson on a highly specific episode of history and an in-depth explanation with authentic visual aids. During the events organized by the Museum an opportunity to meet the eyewitnesses of More Battles is offered.

All visitors of Museum are also its active developers and with the help of their contributions the exposition has tripled.

In 2007, the association "More Museum" developed a long-term development plan for the Museum of Battles of More and has submitted it to the project competition. In 2007,  September 4th the project was financially supported by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway within the framework of European Economic Zone/Norvegian Financial Instrument and with the mediation of the Society Intergration Foundation of the Republic of Latvia. The funds were used for strengthening the operation of the Association, a new room was repaired in the Museum for expansion of the exposition, and publicity on the Museum was improved.


EN_1_2015.pdf (2.81 MB)
EN_2_2015.pdf (4.86 MB)



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