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Miele Gallery, Riga
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Miele Gallery

Funkcionalitāte un sajūtas vienuviet.

Miele Gallery - tās ir mūsdienīgi elegantas un izcili funkcinālas ekspozīciju telpas.
Visplašākais Miele tehnikas klāsts un izsmeļošas konsultācijas.
Telpas korporatīvajiem pasākumiem un ēdiena gatavošanas pasākumi.  

Gaidām Jūs Miele Gallery - vietā, kur varēsiet izbaudīt izcilu kvalitāti un pilnību.

Rīga, Zaubes iela 9A - 38; tel. +371 660 166 00; e-mail: gallery@lv.miele.com
http://www.miele.lv


Miele Gallery
Изысканность и исключительная
функциональность

Галерея Miele – это уникальные демонстрационные залы, профессиональныеконсультанты и самая полная экспозиция техники Miele.
Помещения для корпоративных мероприятий и кулинарные мастер-классы.

Ждем Вас в Miele Gallery.

Rīga, Zaubes iela 9A – 38; тел.: + 371 660 166 00; e-mail: gallery@lv.miele.com
http://www.miele.lv



Miele Gallery
There is now a place where experiencing and feeling is possible

Miele Gallery consists of avant-garde design and functional art.  It is a modern area, complete consultations, the widest variety of Miele appliances.

Do come to Miele Gallery where a world of quality and perfection is to be lived and felt.

Riga, Zaubes Str. 9A – 38; ph.: + 371 660 166 00; e-mail: gallery@lv.miele.com
http://www.miele.lv

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