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Kangari Station - a monument of local importance.

What is our monument today? Are we going to let it stay in our memory or we'll make it live again? Let's make this building alive again!

Kangari Station started its life in 1937, although the little train was traveling through Ropazi county already in the early 20th century.
Between wars Latvians breathed in it, it survived the Second World War, it was decorated to survive, it lived! And yet, in 2007, the station was closed.

What will happen now?
Now we'll make a living life in it - because it's in our nature!


In the territory of Ropaži there used to be five train stations - Kangari, Augšciems, Ķivuļi, Bajāri un Remīne.

Kangari station was opened on the 26th of November, 1935 & it ran on Riga – Ergli railway line. Station`s second floor, masonry building has been built in November of 1937 by a project of Voldemārs Ozoliņš.
On the first floor, there was a waiting room for passengers, workrooms for personnel and a café. Storage for luggage was built next to the guard's room.

Kangari station was in use until 2002, then it was closed and since 2007 the train has stopped to run through this line. In June of 2009, the decision was made to dismantle the railway line.

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