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Small museum dedicated to Jewish life in Latvia since the 16th century.
Small museum dedicated to Jewish life in Latvia since the 16th century. Includes information on destruction of the synagogues by the Nazis, and the Latvians that saved Jews during the Holocaust. Exhibits are in English and Latvian.
Designed by Georg Kuphaldt, who was expelled by Germany in 1915 as a spy becuase he had a telescope in his garden
Freedom Monument is one of Latvia's national symbols
A small, pleasant park surrounding Brivibas Bulvaris
Laima is a Latvian chocolate manufacturer and means good luck in Latvian
Alberta' and 'Elizabetes' streets ('iela') are the best place to see the creations of 'Art Nouveau' architect Eisenstein, famous for his splendid style
A definite contender for Riga's weirdest museum, this one covers the history of sun mythology and its role in Latvian culture
In a renovated 18th century house
Riga Central market is a striking building near the central train station notable for its huge hangars, built from parts of actual zeppelin hangars bought for the market in 1920