Next stop will be the Zvārde natural park and polygon objects. In a way, unique more than 24 400 ha, this large area was used as a military aviation training Landfill.
Then we are going to visit the Taujeni Rocket base. This is just one of the Soviet's many rocket bases in Latvia and Baltic's.
And then we are visiting Liepaja the most exaiting part of the tour. Liepaja Naval port. The construction of the Naval port in Liepaja started in 1890. During the Soviet period, the Military Port was a closed territory, inaccessible even to the civilians of Liepāja.
You will be able to try out the life of a prisoner at the Military Port prison, walk through the underground labyrinths of the Northern Forts lit by torchlight.
This is a great tour for people who like history and are interested in military.
During the Soviet union era Latvia was a strategic place, because Latvia has the large western border of the Soviet Union. Not surprising that there were more than 1,000 Soviet troops concentrated in Latvia, which were located at about 600 sites. Nearly half a century, Latvia was under so called Iron Curtain.
Border Guards parts and items tank practice area, aviation landfilds, military airfields, weapons and ammunition storage facilities (including nuclear missiles), military intelligence and other objects concentrated in Latvia.
There was a special border regime along the sea coast of Baltics and Latvia. This means that only two decades ago Latvian coast line was a restricted area where you could stay only during daylight hours and only on limited sections of the coast.
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