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... the Baltics built in 1876, converted into a Lutheran church by the Germans in WWI after which time it took its original title only to be converted into a planetarium by the Soviets in the 1960s. After the last Independence, Riga took it over again.
I was happy with my discoveries and was ready to walk towards Old Town where I shopped and became a tourist.
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... finished his building. Then he commissioned two black cats with arched backs and mounted them on his two tower tops with their tails lifted and their rears pointed towards the German guildhall. The German merchants did not find the joke at all funny.
There were some barracks in the city across from the old fortification walls. Local women ...
... their independents. All these type museums that web have been into reveal a lot of torture and problems that the eastern bloc countries have been through over the past 200 odd years. A lot that I did not know about and some of it fairly recent. It kept raining nearly all day about one of the first days that this has happened to us since leaving Sydney.
Tomorrow we will be walking to the coach station to catch our coach to ...
... on your back and then you’re cocooned in blankets… so snug and warm!). Once we both woke up, it was then time for the Oxygen cocktail (no joke – it was cranberry juice, ‘infused’ with oxygen that basically made it a cup of foam, and we were told to eat it with a spoon… bizarre!), followed by a back massage. Last on the list was some time in the Salt Cave, which is apparently very good for you (and your respiratory system). After pulling ...
... Latvian Occupation museum) and perhaps the subject matter befits the building. The museum tells the harrowing story of Latvia’s unfortunate history, from its formation as an independent state after WW1, through to its occupation in 1940 and final freedom again in 1990. Now I’m sure that most people would think that the initial occupiers were the Nazis but in fact it was the USSR. Stalin had agreed a non-aggression pact with Hitler and between them, these two ...