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Latvian War Cemetery – the last resting place for thousands of Latvian soldiers who died defending the country between 1915-1920 in World War I and the Latvian War of Independence.

For more information about Brothers' Cemetery, go to: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brothers%27_Cemetery_%28Riga%29

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B: Latvian War Cemetery. Front side

by Uldis Bardins, 40 meters away

Latvian War Cemetery. Front side

C: Latvian War Cemetery. Main terrace.

by Uldis Bardins, 60 meters away

Latvian War Cemetery – the last resting place for thousands of Latvian soldiers who died defending th...

Latvian War Cemetery. Main terrace.

D:

by Uldis Bardins, 90 meters away

E:

by Uldis Bardins, 240 meters away

F: Grave of Zigfrīds Anna Meierovics, the first Foreign Minister of Latvia

by Uldis Bardins, 290 meters away

Zigfrīds Anna Meierovics (6 February [O.S. 24 January] 1887, – 22 August 1925,was a Latvian politicia...

Grave of Zigfrīds Anna Meierovics, the first Foreign Minister of Latvia

G: The Main Gate of the Riga Brothers' Cemetery

by Uldis Bardins, 330 meters away

The Main Gate of the Riga Brothers' Cemetery

H: Rainis' gravesite memorial, Rainis Cemetery

by Uldis Bardins, 330 meters away

Rainis' gravesite memorial, Rainis Cemetery

I: White Crosses in Riga Forest Cemetery

by Uldis Bardins, 410 meters away

White Crosses in Riga Forest Cemetery

J: Jānis Čakste Memorial in Forest Cemetery

by Uldis Bardins, 650 meters away

Jānis Čakste was a  first President of Latvia.More on wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/J%C4%81...

Jānis Čakste Memorial in Forest Cemetery

This panorama was taken in Riga

This is an overview of 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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