Bulduri

Bulduri

 

a climatic seaside health resort in Latvian SSR, 18 km from Riga; a part of Jurmala.

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Bulduri) close to Riga, wrote somewhat self-critically about the "perfect indifference" of the Baltic German elite toward the "national fate of the so-called little German people." (87) We know of instances where the elite doubted the ethnic survival of underprivileged Germans, who often integrated into Estonian and Latvian milieus--"no longer necessarily a sign of downward mobility." (88) During the revolution of 1905, there was even a prosocialist German underground in Riga (something deemed impossible for a "real" German, according to the elite viewpoint).
The reference to the Baltic Entente treaty shows the desire to return to the closer cooperation plans cast aside shortly after the Bulduri conference (1920).
Even though the delegates of the Bulduri conference (1920) adopted two conventions, The Relations of Scientific Establishments and Convention on Cultural Cooperation, based on Latvian proposals, they were never implemented.
Still, according to an Estonian memorandum written in 1937, the issue was handled in the Bulduri conference in August 1920.
An interesting detail is that the Finnish head negotiator in Bulduri was Leonard Astrom, who, as it has been shown earlier, had a central position in the formation of the prototype of the clause already in the spring of 1920.
"My Life" restaurant welcomes everybody to try the world--recognized dish and many others, which are offered by its chef Raisa Alieva at Meza Prospect 49, Bulduri, Jurmala.
In September 1998, Dace was asked to give a lecture course on pastoral theology at the independent Latvian Christian Academy in the seaside town of Bulduri outside Riga.