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Auci

A cache by edupuika, arniic Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 01/31/2009
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
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Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

[LAT] Konteiners ir plastmasas partikas kaarbina, kuraa ir viesu
graamata, 2 ziimuli un ziimulju asinaamais.
[ENG] Cache is a plastic box that contains logbook, 2 pencils and
pencil-sharpener.

LV

Slepnis atrodas pie "Aucu" majam. "Auci" ir Latvijas pirma prezidenta Jana Cakstes dzimtas majas.
Slepnis atrodas privatipašuma, tacu tur atlauts atrasties jebkuram interesentam. Ipašumu ir iespejams apskatit jebkura diena, tacu apskatit pastavigo ekspoziciju iespejams tikai piektdienas no 11:00 - 17:00
Citas dienas tikai ar iepriekšeju pieteikšanos.
Muzeja vaditaja Ineta Freimane.
Ekskursijas var pieteikt pa talr. 3055736, 3055715

IETEICAMS ŠO VIETU APMEKLET DIENA, JO NAKTS LAIKA TERITORIJA VAR BUT SLEGTA!

info:
Auci ir viena no Latvijas pirma prezidenta Jana Cakstes (1859-1927) pieminas vietam. Nakamais prezidents dzimis 1859.gada 14. septembri Jelgavas aprinka Lielsesavas pagasta Cakstes. Vina vecaki renteja Bersteles muižu, ka ari parvaldija vejdzirnavas un kiegelu cepli.
"Aucu" majas Jana Cakstes tevs Krišjanis Cakste iegadajas 1871.gada, lai izveidotu te zemnieku saimniecibu. "Aucos" pagaja dala nakama prezidenta bernibas, un ši saimnieciba kluva par vina lauku ipašumu lidz pat muža galam.
Tagadeja "Aucu" dzivojama eka celta 1926. gada pec paša prezidenta iniciativas un noradijumiem ka plašs nams, kura erti mitinaties kuplajai prezidenta gimenei. Ekas projekta autors bija prezidenta draugs arhitekts Roberts Legzdinš.
Pec prezidenta naves 1927. gada, maja saimnieko vina dels Janis Gedimins Cakste un prezidenta atraitne Justine Cakste. 1944. gada Cakstu gimene devas beglu gaitas uz Zviedriju, un maja kluva par vietejas pašvaldibas ipašumu.
Otra pasaules kara laika "Aucu" ekam tika nodariti ieverojami postijumi, turklat postaža turpinajas ari padomju gados, kad šeit dzivoja veirakas iebrauceju viesstradnieku gimenes.
"Aucu" atdzimšana sakas 1995. gada, kad prezidenta mazdels Janis Konstantins Cakste atguva dzimtas ipašumu. Lidz 1999. gadam te tika atjaunota dzivojama maja un labiekartota tas apkartne. Pec ipašnieku iniciativas un sadarbiba ar Jelgavas Vestures un makslas muzeju tika izveidotas pieminas telpas Latvijas Valsts pirmajam prezidentam Janim Cakstem.
Maja ir privatipašums, bet muzejam ir atveletas telpas ir pieejamas jebkuram interesentam. Muzeja iespejams apskatit pastavigo ekspoziciju par Jana Cakstes personibu, sabiedrisko un valsts darbibu, materialus, kas stasta par Jana Cakstes dzimtas likteniem, ka ari izstadi par "Aucu" parvertibam laika rituma. Muzeja viesiem iespejams ari izstaigat liepu un kastanu alejas vecaja parka un atpusties Lielupes krasta.


ENG

Cache is located at the house "Auci". "Auci" is family house of the first president of Latvia Janis Cakste. The Cache is located on private property but it's aloud to visit it for everyone.
It is possible to visit the property on any day, but if you want to get into the house (museum) to visit the exhibition you need to come here on Fridays from 11:00 AM till 17:00 PM.
On other days you need to declare your visit.
Manager of the museum - Ineta Freimane.
To declare your visit call 3055736, 3055715

IT IS RECOMENDED TO VISIT THIS PLACE IN A DAY, BECAUSE ON THE NIGHT THE TERITORY CAN BE CLOSED!

info:
"Auci" is one of the memorial plcaces of the first president of Latvia Janis Cakste (1859-1927). The future president was born int the house "Cakstes" in Lielsesava village in Jelgava district on September 14, 1859. His parents had taken on lease Berstele estate, as well as administered a windmill and a brick-kiln.
Janis Cakste's father Krisjanis Cakste purchased "Auci" house in 1871 to create a farmstead hear. Part of the future president's childhood was spent in "Auci" and this farm became his country property till the end of his life.
The present "Auci" dwelling house was built in 1926, following the initiative and directions of the president, as a wide house where the big president's family could live comfortably. The author of the design of the house was president's friend architect Robert Legzdins.
After the death of the president in 1927 the house was managed by his son Janis Gedimins Cakste and the president's widow Justine Cakste. In 1944 the Cakste family went on exile to Sweden and the house became the property of the local council.
During World War II the buildings of "Auci" were significantly damaged. In addition, the damaging continued during the Soviet times when several immigrant guest worker families lived here.
The rebirth of "Auci" began in 1995 when president's grandson Janis Konstantins Cakste regained the family property. By 1999 the dwelling house was renovated here and it'ssurroundings were landscaped. Upon the initiativeof the owners and in the cooperation with Jelgava Museum of History and Arts memorial rooms for the first President of the Republic of Latvia Janis Cakste were created.
The house is a private property, but the rooms allocated to the museum are available for anyone. You can see the permanent exposition about Janis Cakste'spersonality, his social and official activities, materials that tell about the fates of Janis Cakste's family members, as well as the exhibition about the transformations of "Auci" through time. The visitors to the museum can also walk along the alleys of linden-trees and chestnuts in the old park and have a rest on the banks of the river Lielupe.




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Decryption Key

A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M
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N|O|P|Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z

(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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