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This church is the biggest Orthodox church in Riga. Having served as a planetarium and a restaurant during the Soviet Era, the building has been restored in the late 1990s as a church again.
On our visit, there was a long queue to the shop...More
This Russian Orthodox Cathedral is very large stunning on the inside & outside. Centrally located beside the park and near the Freedom Monument, It is free to visit (donations are discreetly requested) - photos are not allowed inside to preserve the church as a place...More
I firstly spotted this piece of art while on hope on hope off bus and from the decking. What an a mazing piece of art, getting closer to it makes you appreciate all the diligence that was put into it to create this fascinating church...More
We had a great time visiting this cathedral initially to get out of the rain unfortunately couldn’t take any photos inside which was a pity as it was stunning to add to the experience we saw a local wedding take place which an amazing experience...More
At the entrance there is a request for women to cover their head which I duly did. After a respectful look round I sat on a bench with my partner to take in the spectacle. We were approached by a man wagging his finger at...More
Majestic Orthodox cathedral located near a park,with very impressive gold domes visible from quite far.The interior as well is well preserved decorated with beautiful christian wall paintings.Worth a visit!
My list for 1.5 - 2 days road trip in Latvia (8 Replies)
Hello, So I am renting (haven't decided from what company) after arriving in Riga by bus from Tallinn and was wondering if below is a good list of things to do. I tried to do my research but I appreciate your feedback on the places or if I am missing anything significant in this short time. This will be 2nd week of March. Thanks in advance. Cesis Medieval Castle Turaida Castle Gutmanis Cave Salaspils Memorial Ensemble Riga: Central Market St. Peter's Church Riga Town Hall...More
December 05, 2017|
Response fromAlexander A|
Bauska castle maybe, new part is newly built crap but it has some part of old original ruins.