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Alberta' and 'Elizabetes' streets ('iela') are the best place to see the creations of 'Art Nouveau' architect Eisenstein, famous for his splendid style.
Alberta' and 'Elizabetes' streets ('iela') are the best place to see the creations of 'Art Nouveau' architect Eisenstein, famous for his splendid style. Other Art Nouveau buildings can be seen in the area around the Freedom Monument, including the embassies on 'Raina Bulvaris' and on 'Strelnieku iela'.
Jugenda Stila Nami is Riga’s own Art Nouveau neighborhood, with strikingly beautiful buildings competing to hold your attention and admiration
The last remaining gate from the old city walls
This building (also housing a pub of no particular note) is most famous for the two statues of black cats on the roofs
Another pretty building just behind the Big Guild, this one housed the craftsmen's guild
Housed the guild of the tradesmen, who would join after being a member of the Blackheads (see House of Blackheads)
The following attractions are here:Museum of WarSt
Designed by Georg Kuphaldt, who was expelled by Germany in 1915 as a spy becuase he had a telescope in his garden
A small, pleasant park surrounding Brivibas Bulvaris
Small museum dedicated to Jewish life in Latvia since the 16th century
A rather plain building housing the ''Saeima'', Latvia's parliament