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With CouchSurfers Katya and Varya
Riga
Copyright: Renars Burskans
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Uploaded: 10/07/2012
Updated: 15/10/2014
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Tags: panorama; couchsurfing; dinner; riga; latvia; rain
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Emils Udris
Couchsurfing with Frederic
Renars Burskans
With CouchSurfers Cristina and Tamar
Uldis Bardins
Burial Vaults at Great Cemetery
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St. Jacob's Cemetery (Jēkaba kapi)
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St. James Chapel (Sv. Jēkaba kapela)
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Grave of George Armitstead (Mayor of Riga) in Great Cemetery/ Georgs jeb Džordžs Armitsteds
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Mass Grave Russian Soldiers of First World War in Pokrov Cemetery (Pokrova kapi)
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Klusā (Quiet) street in Brasa neighbourhood of Riga
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Intersection of Miera Street and Ieroču Street in Brasa neighbourhood of Riga
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The Great Cemetery (Lielie kapi)
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Intersection of Klijānu Street and Klusā Street in Brasa neighbourhood of Riga
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The Great Cemetery (Lielie kapi)
George Ng
Cruising on Putrajaya Lake
George Atanasov
Kremikovtsy Monastery - The old church from 14-th century
George Ng
Paramotor@Pulau Indah
Roberto Scavino
Vue baie roquebrune cap martin france
Michael Pop
On top of a turkish cargoship
Willy Kaemena
Ponte Dom Luis
benjamin-suzanne
Cap Canaille 3
Stefan Geens
Wadi Daerhu from on high, Socotra, Yemen
Robert Mročka
Babi Hora(1725 m.n.m.) - vyhled
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Bab al-Yaman, Sana'a, Yemen
Jakub Hruska
Harderwijk's harbour
Hans von Weissenfluh
Cathedral of S. Martino, Square, Lucca, Tuscany
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With CouchSurfers Katya and Varya
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With CouchSurfers Cristina and Tamar
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With CouchSurfer Greg
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With CouchSurfer Frederic
More About 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.