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Corner of Audeju and Skarnu streets
Riga
Audeju (Weavers’) Street was mentioned for the first time in documents dating back to the 14th century as a street in front of Beaver’s Gates. Skarnu (Butcher’s) Street was the central street in the German settlement of the beginning of the 13th century and the first market was also located here.
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