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Latvian National Opera becomes more accessible for the handicapped

10.09.2012

From today, the Latvian National Opera has become more accessible, as a special elevator has been opened for persons with physical impairments.

From today, the Latvian National Opera has become more accessible, as a special elevator has been opened for persons with physical impairments.

The Latvian National Opera building was constructed in 1863 and renovated in 1995. The building was previously relatively handicapped-friendly, but the new elevator has substantially improved the accessibility.

From now on, the elevator will provide access to all of the building's floors.

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