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Wagner once lived in Riga, on the street now named after him.
Wagner once lived in Riga, on the street now named after him. This hall where he performed occasionally holds concerts.
4 Vāgnera iela
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In a renovated 18th century house
A smaller, less spectacular church near St
Constrains photos of Latvia since 1839, with focuses on the World Wars and 1905 Revolution
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Housed the guild of the tradesmen, who would join after being a member of the Blackheads (see House of Blackheads)
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