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Call for Entries: Pape Nature Park Gateway

12:37 - 17 January, 2018
Call for Entries: Pape Nature Park Gateway , Enter the Pape Nature Park Gateway ‪architecture‬ ‪competition‬ now! US $6,000 in prize money! Closing date for registration: APRIL 18, 2018
Enter the Pape Nature Park Gateway ‪architecture‬ ‪competition‬ now! US $6,000 in prize money! Closing date for registration: APRIL 18, 2018

The Pape Nature Park in the south west region of Latvia is a birdwatching paradise, and home to some of the region’s most unique and majestic species found in the wild. In addition to being a home for some 50,000 migratory birds each year, the Pape Nature Park is now renowned for its reintroduction of several large herbivore species into the wild. Most notably was the reintroduction of wild horses, who had been driven from the area by human agriculture and settlements.

Pape Bird Observation Tower

16:39 - 9 May, 2017
Pape Bird Observation Tower, Enter the Pape Bird Observation Tower ‪‎architecture‬ ‪competition‬ now! US $6,000 in prize money! Closing date for registration: SEPTEMBER 29, 2017
Enter the Pape Bird Observation Tower ‪‎architecture‬ ‪competition‬ now! US $6,000 in prize money! Closing date for registration: SEPTEMBER 29, 2017

The Pape Nature Park is home to a uniquely diverse ecosystem. There are a great number of protected plant, animal and bird species concentrated within the relatively small park area, which is located in the Nica and Rucava Municipalities in the South Western region of Latvia.

The Pape Nature Park is most known for being the first place in Latvia to reintroduce wild horses, auroxen, and bison back into the wild, however it also plays a vital role in the nesting habits of many species of birds. The Lake Pape area is an internationally-recognised breeding, migrating and wintering site for

The Dune House / ARCHISPEKTRAS

03:00 - 2 September, 2016
The Dune House / ARCHISPEKTRAS, © Juozas Kamenskas
© Juozas Kamenskas

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