The place where the vast Hincenbergs estate once stood, but now a park and a memorial for fallen soldiers have been placed.
Once Hincenbergs Manor was a fabulous place for wealthy people to live in. The estate had several buildings where craftsmen, grannies, and other manor servants could be encountered, as well as a large apple garden, brewery and wine cellars.
The estate was torn down during the war in the summer of 1919, and until now its only remaining witnesses are ancient, protected Holland linden trees that fill the manor park.
Heading through Manor Park, you will find yourself in the graves of the Soviet soldier, which has become a resting place for Soviet army soldiers who fell in World War II. The site features a Guntas Zemītes made metal sculpture, “the image of a mother with a burning flame in her hands,” created to honor the fallen.