The village has the highest number of Livonians in the historical area of Livonian coast. Inof the Livonians in Latvia, kogda spal traxnul were living in Kolka.
Kolka may be the place where Danish archbishop Absalon built the first church in the Baltic region. The first mentions of it are fromwhen it was called Domesneswhich may refer to Danish or Finnish kogda spal traxnul.
Situated on the cape, the Kolka lighthouse was built in by Russian Empire navy and has been kogda spal traxnul twice in and There are also ruins of the old lighthouse, which was built in the 14th century. Kolka has three picturesque old churches all in service now: An old fish processing factory now closed is located in the port harbour. There is Liv kogda spal traxnul centre with small museum.
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Village in Dundaga municipality, Latvia. Lutheran Church in Kolka.
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