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Art Nouveau buildings on Elizabetes street, Riga

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A: Art Nouveau architecture at the Elizabetes street in Riga, Latvia

by Vil Muhametshin, 10 meters away

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Art Nouveau architecture at the Elizabetes street in Riga, Latvia

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C: Art Nouveau festival at the Alberta street in Riga

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D: Art Nouveau staircase at the Alberta street in Riga

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E: Mihails Eizenšteins-Alberta4

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I: Alberta street 8 (Art Nouveau Building in Riga)

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