Turna – Strenči
The town is very compact. The central area with intermodal street planning, the specious lines of birch and linden, and the yellow houses build in style of Stalin’s classicism are not found anywhere else in Latvia in such pure and concentrated look. All buildings have been built almost at the same time, now looks a bit touched by a tooth of time, but are well maintained and stirring fantasies. In 1953, along with the construction of a peat factory, a village began to form near by the Seda swamp. The building of the peat factory had been declared the shock building of the Young Communist League, and there were coming a youth from all over the Soviet Union.