Siliņupe Stone Age settlement. (III – II B.C.) Dating back to Neolithic age, the settlement was established during archaeological expedition in 1954. People started to use this delve for living some 5 millenaries ago. The raising water levels made the place swampy, so people were forced to move away. The archaeological expedition of 1954 revealed a relatively thick cultural layer here, containing stone, flinty, bone and amber finds, as well as relics from antique dishes.