Winter Solstice Celebration. | Ķekatas. In this painting, you can see one of the best-known Latvian winter solstice traditions, ķekatas, a form of mumming. There you can see the festive atmosphere in a room full of costumed dancers who wear traditional masks of wolves, bears, goats, horses, storks, fortune-tellers and Death. Mummers were extended hospitality at each homestead they visited, as they feasted and drank through the night. Paintings author Evald Dajevskis.
Keramikas figūra “Tautu meita”. 20. gs. 40. g. Autors Elvīra Pinnis (1907-1984), roku darbs
Alojas stacijā, 1984. gadā, Igaunijas dzelzceļa dīzeļvilciens