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You should see the Three Brothers because: 1. They are oldest complex of dwelling houses in Riga. 2. They are known by virtually everyone. 3. They are right in the city centre and easy to access. They range in age from late 16th century to...More
To be the description says it all. 3 Oldest building in town which were situated next to each other. To be honest you need to be a archeologist to examine and to know the fact otherwise it will only be people telling you the facts....More
• The residential houses known as the Three Brothers in Maza Pils iela are each representative of the architecture of different centuries, the oldest being from 15th century. Their name is said to derive from the construction by men of the same family
Buildings are fine. Nice to see and take a picture but that's it.
When we where there, a bus of Chinese tourists just stopped. So we went
back another time because they were all over the place :)
Passed by at night, nice to see.
Eh... it was "fine." But if you've traveled elsewhere in Europe, there was nothing overwhelming or impressive about these, although they are fun to look at for 30 seconds.
Unless you're a history buff who loves distinguishing architecture between the centuries, these are nothing remarkable....More
These three buildings were nice to see but almost every building in Riga looks special. I get that these three buildings are from different time periods which makes them "special" but you've seen these buildings in a few minutes. I expected something more spectacular on...More
We just walked by to snap a few photos, I have no idea if you can go inside or not. Old town is so small you can see all the sites in one day really. So it's worth walking by because the difference in architecture...More