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The Horse Tram sculpture
Riga

The first three horse tram line opened in Riga in 1882 year. Line served 19 cabins and each of them was able to include 40 passengers.Wagons speed was 10km/h. Wagons were built in Riga, in Russian - Baltic wagon factory.

Skulptūra zirgu tramvajam. Rīga, Latvija.

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