Traveling exhibition “100 Years of Latvian Diplomacy and Foreign Service” in Ventspils Museum, the Castle of the Livonian Order, will be available until January 30, 2020.

On the 2nd floor of the Castle of the Livonian Order, there is an informatively and visually  appealing (design by Dd studio) exhibition on the first centenary of Latvian diplomacy prepared by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Although the Republic of Latvia was proclaimed on November 18, 1918, its existence de iure was acknowledged only on January 26, 1921, at the meeting of the Supreme Council of the Allied States in Paris.

The exhibition consists of a spatial object that traces the history of the Latvian diplomatic service, a touch screen and separate, unique items, for example, a stamp with initials of Karlis Zarins, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Latvia (1931-1933), or China’s Order of the Brilliant Jade.

The exhibition also has a very rich informative material in the form of brochures and small publications.