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The building is very fine - unfortunately some of its grandeur is lost at present as the organ is being refurbished.
The entry fee of 3 Eu is a bit steep - Why not go to an evening concert here, enjoy the music and see...More
We bought a ticket for the concert of St. Lucia. During the beautiful and well organised event we listend in a fully booked church to the music and a speech of representitives of the council.
No doubt, I will book again for an other concert.
Built in 1211 the Riga Dom grew to become the largest cathedral in the Baltic States. You can easily spot it amongst the town's other churches by the clocks in its tower. This is handy if you have just arrived from Estonia, the two countries...More
This church, like so many others in Latvia, has shuffled between the two main divisions of the Christian Faith in the Western World, depending upon which was winning the War of Religions at the time. Built originally in the 13th Cent., it is the largest...More
Impressive exterior, although the interior of this Lutheran cathedral is, as you'd expect, rather austere. The organ, said to be the largest in Europe, is undergoing restoration. There is a charge for entry but I can't honestly say it was worth it. My companion, who...More