You are here

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.

Related news
We descended upon Riga, Latvia – a small, Baltic country tucked beside Russia – in the bluster of February to find a city that is spilling over with independent culture, new hotspots and sharp,...
The Travel Adventure Tips portal posted an article dedicated to the Latvian War Museum, supplemented with colorful and picturesque photos.
For the 16th year in a row the Konventa Sēta Hotel will host a huge summer wine festival in its extensive medieval courtyard in the heart of Old Riga.
A new yachting museum was opened at Kuivizu yacht club in Salacgriva Region on June 18. The museum features historical materials about yachting, honors, awards and certificates from the legendary Latvian...