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Foto panorámica de Vil Muhametshin EXPERT MAESTRO Tomada 09:45, 21/08/2010 - Views loading...

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Inside the cabin of the fire engine "Ford Vairogs", made in Latvia in 1939

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B: Museum of Occupation of Latvia with "Latvian Red Riflemen"

por Michael Stoss, 40 metros de distancia

Square between the Daugava river bank and the Museum of Occupation of Latvia. The square is dominated...

Museum of Occupation of Latvia with "Latvian Red Riflemen"

C: Staro Rīga!

por Valdis Salekalns, 60 metros de distancia

Staro Rīga!

D: Riga, Town Hall Square.

por Vladimir Petrov, 70 metros de distancia

Riga, Town Hall Square.

F: House of the Blackheads

por Min Heo, 70 metros de distancia

House of the Blackheads

G: Between the Stone Bridge and the Riflemen Square.

por Uldis Bardins, 80 metros de distancia

Between the Stone Bridge and the Riflemen Square.

H: Blackheads House, Riga

por Vil Muhametshin, 80 metros de distancia

The House of Blackheads (Melngalvju nams) is the most significant focus of the ensemble of the Town H...

Blackheads House, Riga

I: Blackheads House

por Vil Muhametshin, 80 metros de distancia

The House of Blackheads (Melngalvju nams) is the most significant focus of the ensemble of the Town H...

Blackheads House

J: Blackheads House

por Vil Muhametshin, 80 metros de distancia

The House of Blackheads (Melngalvju nams) is the most significant focus of the ensemble of the Town H...

Blackheads House

Este panorama fue tomado en Riga

Esta es una vista general de Riga

Originated from a small fishermen village, for centuries Riga has been an important part of the trade chain between Russia and Western Europe. A lively crossroad of cultures and backgrounds for over 800 years, the historical centre of Riga has accumulated an impressive cultural baggage and today is justly included in the UNESCO’s World Heritage list.

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