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... tree, The Powder Tower, Statue to St Christopher on river bank, cross the river to Latvian National Library building with great views from top floor, Nativity of Christ Cathedral and Bremen town musicians statue.
It’s got lovely art nouveau architecture, old churches, cobbled streets, car free streets (in some parts), museums, monuments, central market, ace bridges, canals, green parks mixed in with modern shopping centres...
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We were fortunate to go on the excellent free walking tour about Art Nouveau and were shown this excellent example of Eclectic Art Nouveau designed by Mikhail Eisenstein.
With more than 800 art nouveau buildings in Riga, most of which have been renovated and/or maintained beautifully, it's easy to see why this is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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It is on Elisabetes Iela that begins a stroll in the world of fantasy and elegance ... Art Nouveau with its volutes, floral motifs, busts and sgraffiti is a movement that always touches the soul both it is theatri...
The brilliant art nouveau buildings are a fantastic contribution of Riga to the art world with so many styles and colours on every corner and location.
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Place has some amazing building architecture and its quite fascinating that a few streets of beautiful baroque and rich architecture
Nice place to stroll and enjoy some art-nouveau architecture or see the houses people used to live in like the house of Peter I for instance.
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This stunningly impressive Baroque & Rococo palace, built in 1740 for the Duke of Courland (now Latvia), is as close to the grand palaces of St Petersburg, Russia, as we've seen.
The architect who built Catherine the Great's Russian palace also designed and supervised the construction of Rundale which is located in the countryside in SW Latvia.
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Close to Freedom Monument this lovely park with canal winds its way through the city and is beautifully kept with from planting of flowers to give vibrant display set against the mature trees and the well kept grass.
... of Riga, Latvia,] and currently comprises an area of approximately 5 hectares (12 acres).It is pretty place to walk in the green area ,see the ducks in the lake,cool flowers .Also, it Close to Freedom Monument .
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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!
I'm an atheist, but always search out Russian Orthodox Churches when visiting places as they have a calm about them and fascinating external architecture and also wonderful interiors with icons and paintings.
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Entrance is by guided tour only, which run in a number of different languages, so do check before turning up.
We arrived too late to join a tour, and it was evident that a guided tour was the on,y way the site could be seen.
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Aside from the beautiful and moving sculptures, inside the “wall” that you walk under to access the sculptures, is a small but very informative display about the history of the Salaspils Concentration Camp, the de...
Brutalist statues larger than life and the sound of a beating heart...the kind of place you will keep seeing and hearing.
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At half the price of St Peter's, this is a hidden gem of a viewing platform and gives you a nice view of the river... and with the TV tower closed for renovation is a great addition to this part of town - plus you...
The views are fantastic & information boards are placed for interesting facts about the landmarks that you can see.......don't forget to take your camera!!
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Beautiful square with the House of the Blackheads, First Christmas Tree Monument, colourful Bear Monument (gifted by Berlin in 2018 for Latvia 100), the Town Hall and some discreet souvenir shops
What a stunningly beautiful square this is surrounded by gorgeous buildings full of ornate sculptures on the walls .This is very clean and tidy looking square and is a great meeting place for tourists We were very...
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First built in 1334 Bombed in 1941 by the Germans and demolished by the Russians re built in 1995 /99 Awesome place , great history Ultra clean Definitely worth a visit
The lowered level housed one of many amber shops in the city, the upper areas superb with inlaid statues and on the top several metalwork spires, above lovely red masonry.
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It is also great to see that heritage and history can be kept alive for future generations while charging such an affordable price.
A 30 min bus ride from Riga city centre this is a large woodland area containing buildings from different time periods in Latvian history.
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The Old Medieval Castle was interesting as you were offered the 'We Willie Winky' Candle (Lit with a flame!) to see your way up the stairs of turret to the top, while the views at the top were very scenic.
It is so unique to be able to climb ruins of a medieval castle tower: dark, stone, spiraling staircases holding a lantern with a (real) candle to light your way.
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This is a must see if you are visiting Riga,it offers one of the highest views and one of the best.Entry fee is 9 Euros,but is worth it.All the major city landmarks can be seen from here.We took many scenic pictur...
All the essential sights of the Old Town can be seen from here and it is very useful for orientation.
Often there will be some art or sculptures exhibited, particularly now as Latvia celebrates its 100 years since the declaration of freedom.
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When in Liepaja I always try to visit Karosta and Northern forts, as this part of city gives totally different vibe from the rest of the city.
Nice photographic view, especially at sunset as sun goes down into the sea and waves are beating at the ruins.
It's tall enough to see over the trees, and you can see Riga in the distance.
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It was built by public donations and honours the dead during the first independence war and is generally a powerful symbol of Latvian independence The craftsmanship is superb but what it stands for is paramount an...
Me and my family visit Riga and go to the freedom monument every year, and we all love to see two guys marching around the monument every time.
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The church is your typical huge ancient church, very fine and worth a visit but the jewel is the organ,
Do take the time to explore the cloisters - you will be rewarded with a large collection of (mostly) metal items of all sorts - old church spires, cannons, even an Art Nouveau Metal sliding Lift door.
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What a fantastic way to spend an afternoon: gorgeous grounds, fascinating and beautifully conceived museums, sculpture garden, super cool ruins for adults to visit and kids to race around and explore, plus nature...
A garden with lots of modern carves rock statues in a backdrop of nature, A small history museum, and a large castle ruins to explore.
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The nice statue for your photos and children’s games.
Nice sculpture at Jurmala beach
This is lovely street where you can find many souvenirs, places where to eat and drink, get some vegetables or fruits & berries, sometimes they have there also outdoor markets with wonderful paintings.
It is just a pedestrain street, about 1.1 kilometres long, with a lot of shops and restaurants with live music, which you can visit after lolling on the pleasant sunny beach.
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There is also an Open Air stage in the centre of the Castle that hosts contemporary many concerts and International Sigulda Opera Music Festival every year.
The ruins were a bit icy in places (it was March!) but very picturesque and well presented, with areas of new woodwork allowing visitors to access quite a lot of the ruins.
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This church has the most besutiful gothic ceiling in Riga.
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This monument is at the rear of St Peters church, its meant to depict a story from Grimm's fairy tales and good luck ensues all who rub the noses of the four animals, and good luck with the top one , its quite a j...
We were very glad to see the monument: the kid knows the story so it was very pleasant to "meet" familiar characters!
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While the interior of this church is a little plain, by some standards, the history or it is very interesting and the viewing platform (accessible by a lift which goes inside the steeple) is well worth the time to...
This medival masonary lutheran church has dominant bell tower with steeple high almost 150 meters adde in 17th century.
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... there are guided tours starting each hour in Latvian, English and Russian and it’s really informative, I don’t think you would get the same understanding of the place and it’s importance without a guide.
The museum shop had a decent collection of memorabilia and badges / post cards and stickers for sale, and the tour tickets also double as usable postcards which seemed a great eco idea as well as free marketing fo...
The "Cat House(1909)" is styled as medieval architecture and is a landmark because of the sculptures of the two black cats with arched backs and raised tails facing the Guild House.The purpose of installing the sc...
This really is a unique landmark in Riga, in the very centre of the city, just lift Your eyes up from the pavement and see!
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