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Freedom Monument, Riga

Freedom Monument is one of Latvia's national symbols.

Freedom Monument is one of Latvia's national symbols. It was erected during the first independence and surprisingly never taken down by the Soviets (although laying flowers at its feet was forbidden). The statue of a woman holding three stars at the top of the monument represents Freedom embracing Latvia's regions.


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About Freedom Monument

 Centra rajons, Rīga, Latvia

Freedom Monument and Nearby Sights on Map

Bastejkalns

A small, pleasant park surrounding Brivibas Bulvaris

Laima Clock

Laima is a Latvian chocolate manufacturer and means good luck in Latvian

Latvian National Opera

Esplanade Park

Designed by Georg Kuphaldt, who was expelled by Germany in 1915 as a spy becuase he had a telescope in his garden

Pharmaceutical Museum

In a renovated 18th century house

Sun Museum

A definite contender for Riga's weirdest museum, this one covers the history of sun mythology and its role in Latvian culture

Riga Old Town

Wagner Concert Hall

Wagner once lived in Riga, on the street now named after him

Porcelain Museum

Covers the history of porcelain in Riga through the 19th and 20th centuries

The House of the Black Cat

This building (also housing a pub of no particular note) is most famous for the two statues of black cats on the roofs