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Latvian Capital From Above

Posted on August 1, 2012 by kulichik


Welcome to the city of Riga, architecture of which combines all possible styles that have been widely spread in Europe starting from the Medieval period and in the Soviet Union.

Riga is the capital of Latvia, the largest city on the territory of the Baltic countries and the third biggest city among those located in the Baltic Sea region (after Saint-Petersburg and Stockholm). It was founded in 1201 and is inhabited by 700,6 thousand people.

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14 Responses to “Latvian Capital From Above”

  1. 山下智久 says:

    latvia is a part of russia?

  2. Ivan says:

    Well at least those latvians that are working cleaning toilets in Ireland and UK can send some mony to their relatives to make their capital beautiful

  3. Chac Mool says:

    Beautiful city. Looks like it is the envy of many.

  4. Valteris says:

    And those russians are still drinking and doing nothing to make their country at least clean…

  5. Martins says:

    Suggest to change “Domsky Square” (which is a strange Russian-English mix) to “Doma laukums” (completely Latvian) or at least “Doma Square”

  6. yayo says:

    where could I visit this statue?

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