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Guild houses of Old Riga from a new perspective
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Amatu street
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Small Guild
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Small Guild
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Small Guild
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Small Guild
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Small Guild
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Great Guild
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Great Guild
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Basket maker at work in Old Riga, Latvia
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Near the Great Guild house at the Livu Square, Old Riga, Latvia
Valdis Salekalns
Staro Rīga!
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View of Old Riga from the Ferris wheel on Livu Square
Lars Gabrysch
Kitchen
Philippe Dutel
Col De Seigne
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Smoking in a Northern Ontario Shed
Plamen Penev
Trabant
Jann Lipka
onboard S/Y zawisza czarny
Philippe Dutel
Refuge Elisabetta
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Martin Broomfield
Fishing boats, Jakarta
T. Emrich
Thomas-Eder-Steig
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Bildstoeckel in the Park Babelsberg
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Marmorpalais II
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Street performers in Old Riga, Latvia
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Sculpture park "Dainu Kalns" in Turaida Museum Reserve, Latvia
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By the pond in the "Piejuras" park
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Visiting priest of the Riga Lutheran Church of Jesus, Latvia
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The Museum of the History of Riga and Navigation
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Latvian president Valdis Zatlers visits Virtual Latvia stand at the "Made in Latvia" exhibition in Riga
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Antique shop at the Agenskalns market in Riga, Latvia
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On the embankement of Daugava river near Riga Castle
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Street musicians on Montmartre
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Italian restaurant "Da Sergio" in Riga, 2nd Floor
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Shady Seine embankment near Pont Royal
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Olainfarm 08
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Jaunmoku Castle, Latvia
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.