Restaurant of the Birini Castle, Latvia
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Restaurant of the Birini Castle, Latvia

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The Bīriņi estate complex and the park was built in the 18th-19th century. The castle itself was built in 1860, and exemplifies a successful mixture of styles – the architecture is dominated by the Neo-gothic and semicircle style, while the interior features Neo-renaissance.

Today the castle is a prestigeous venue for banquets, seminars. Separate from the function rooms, there are is a hotel and a restaurant in the castle, inviting travelers to have a rest from the city hustle and enjoy the romantic surroundings of the castle.

For more visit website of Birinu Castle – http://www.birinupils.lv

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