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Riga

  • The Laima Clock was erected in 1924 with a practical purpose: to help inhabitants of Rīga come to work exactly on time. In 1936 the clock was...
  • The Big Guild or St. Mary’s Guild (German: Die Große Gilde zu Riga, St. Marien-Gilde) was the merchants brotherhood of Rīga that existed from...
  • “Cinema Citadele” is the first and till now the largest multiplex cinema in Latvia, one of the most modern in Eastern Europe. It has 14...
  • St. Jacob’s Cathedral is a very significant building in Rīga cultural and historical environment. The Cathedral is also an architectural...
  • Founded in 1988, Riga Film Museum is the only museum of film industry in Latvia. 
  • The idea of a Latvian Museum of Naive Art was born in 2000, when the culture and art project NOASS received a collection of Arnolds Skrastiņš works...
  • In order to draw attention to the fact that Rīga lacks professional exhibition premises, the Museum of the Artists’ Union of Latvia organised...
  • The Goethe-Institute is a cultural institute of the Federal Republic of Germany with a global reach. We promote knowledge of the German language...
  • Splendid Palace is a film theatre of 3 auditoriums with a total of 863 spectator seats; its programme features quality works of experimental cinema...
  • The Museum of Fire Service is located at 5 Hanzas Str. in Riga in an Art Nouveau building erected in 1910, designed by architect Reinhold Georg...