Location in Jūrmala
|• Total||3.8 km2 (1.5 sq mi)|
|Elevation||3 m (10 ft)|
|• Density||539.5/km2 (1,397/sq mi)|
Historically, Dzintari was known as Edinburgh, in honor of the wedding of Alexander II's daughter and Alfred, the Duke of Edinburgh. In the 19th century, Dzintari became popular with Russian aristocrats. Dzintari is one of the most historical neighborhoods in Jūrmala. In 1879, a well-house was built, but it burnt down few years later. In 1878, an outdoor stage for concerts was built, later known as Edinburgh Well-house Concert Hall.
In 1922, Edinburgh was renamed Dzintari. In 1936, an indoor concert hall was built. In 2001, the Dzintari neighborhood was added to the Cultural Heritage list.
The Dzintari railway station was established in 1877.