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    A travel blog entry by kstubbs97 on Aug 07, 2015

    29 photos

    ... 766 rooms on 23 floors are now occupied by scientists, researchers, historians, and corporations.

    This area of the city is called Maskavas or the Moscow District and a little further down the road from the Academy of Sciences there are a strip of run down (some in fact falling down) wooden working-class homes dating from the 19th-century. A lot of Jews lived here before the war and the Holocaust Museum is located down towards the river near the old warehouse district. I ...

    Another lovely Servas family

    A travel blog entry by linda-and-rick on May 02, 2015

    4 comments, 6 photos

    ... in town too, so they met us at the tram stop and we all went home together. I'm glad we did, cos I had looked up their address in the library in Bauska, but had ended up with the wrong tram stop! They live in a small flat with tress outside, right by the tram stop.
    Yesterday we left them working, and went back into Riga, did a walking tour of art nouveau buildings in Riga, and then took a bus to the Latvian Ethnographic Museum. It is even bigger than the one in Poland, with ...

    Not just another old town

    A travel blog entry by triptalk on Jul 16, 2014

    2 comments, 23 photos

    ... it comes to getting out in the world. I visited the occupation museum. I am a quick and lazy museum goer. I don't read everything and am rarely moved by what I see. But for the first time ever I cried in a museum. Just tiny tears, but I surprised myself. I think that for the last couple of months I have been hearing stories of occupations and wars and oppression in all the former Soviet/nazi areas. All nations and people that were occupied obviously had a very rough time, but ...

    Riga, land of Roosters (and Snails?)

    A travel blog entry by pandasphere on May 08, 2014

    16 photos

    ... where it remained Russian for over 200 years. Post-WWI, Latvia declared its independence and, after fighting a short war against both otherwise-occupied Russia and Germany, became a Republic. In the 1930s, it apparently then became a dictatorship, before being occupied by the Soviet Union in 1939, then the Nazis in 1941, then the Soviets again in 1944 through 1990, whereupon Latvia again became an independent nation in 1991 where it remains to this day.

    Trouble in the Baltics

    A travel blog entry by madanaki on May 01, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... Saturday night. We also tried to book online our bus ticket for the 30 km trip from Vilnius to Trakai. The official website happily took our credit card details, went to do its thing and then.....the page died. Doh! So far, Lithuania has not been kind to us. And we haven't even gotten there yet. Let's hope the place is more friendly than their websites.

    We finally gave up the ghost and headed back to Best Hostel for our first dorm night's sleep...