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The National Library of Latvia (NLL) is a cultural, scientific and educational centre of national significance. The NNL's mission is to build and maintain a repository of national and world literature, the core of the 4 million items in the massive...more
3 Mukusalas Str. | right across the Stone Bridge from Old town, Riga LV-1423, Latvia
All reviews modern building daugava river amazing building across the river children's section great collection of books the upper floors old town great exhibition architectural gem interesting exhibits entrance hall worth the trip panoramic view nice walk private tour visiting riga
This is an incredible building to see from a distance and to also observe up close. The design is phenomenal - from interlocking staircases to the specially designed windows to fit the city views at the top definitely spend some time here to explore. There...More
It was a relatively brief visit, slightly more than an hour. For the best experience, I guess, two to three hours should be minimum. When you look at the building, you see why it is desrvedly a part of national pride for the whole of...More
We took a walk on a lovely afternoon and found ourselves crossing the river. We went into the library and were pleasantly surprised! The building is amazing both inside and out! We also took some amazing photos with the statues in the grounds
One of the best examples of modern architecture in Riga. Not far from the city center (just a nice walk across the Akmens Bridge), this building is definitely worth a visit. The atrium is really impressive and if you ask for a visitor's card at...More
A place you should visit. The architecture is just impressive and the view to the old town of Riga is simpy breathtaking, especially at sunset.
Unfortunately, viviting the reading rooms is allowed only to library members and that'a a pity since a library with 5,000,000...More