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Covers the history of porcelain in Riga through the 19th and 20th centuries..
Covers the history of porcelain in Riga through the 19th and 20th centuries.
9 Kalēju iela
Wagner once lived in Riga, on the street now named after him
A smaller, less spectacular church near St
In a renovated 18th century house
Constrains photos of Latvia since 1839, with focuses on the World Wars and 1905 Revolution
Laima is a Latvian chocolate manufacturer and means good luck in Latvian
Housed the guild of the tradesmen, who would join after being a member of the Blackheads (see House of Blackheads)
This building (also housing a pub of no particular note) is most famous for the two statues of black cats on the roofs
Former residence of a wealthy merchant built in 1720, now a museum dedicated to life in Riga in the 17th & 18th centuries
Another pretty building just behind the Big Guild, this one housed the craftsmen's guild