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... liberation monument commemorates the day the Russians took back the country from Nazi's on May 9th. Two nationalists tried to blow it up in late '90s but did not damage it, they only succeeded in killing themselves. The other monument is at the center of the city commemorating the the fall of the Russian Empire near the end of WWI and Latvian independence in 1918. It replaced a statue of Tsar Peter the Great.
With nearly 40% of the ...
... his song the Latvian girl who works at my hostel came up and asked me for a dance. We danced for a few songs before I went to find Tom. On the way home from the club we saw a street performer with his guitar. Tom asked if he can sing any English songs and he replied saying he knows Elton John 'sorry seems to be..' He started to play and we both started dancing around him. All the walkers by were laughing. In the end Tom started to tap his guitar like a drum and done a bit ...
... 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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... yellow house with the Riga cat on top of the turrets. The story is that the house builder wanted to become part of the Tradesman Guild, and was refused, so to shame them he placed the cats on the building right across from their guild house.
From there we walked over to the last parts of Riga Castle that is left to look at the old walls and the Swedish gate and barracks. From there, we walked past St. James Cathedral towards the ...
... from Vilnius about this commemeration. On 23 August 1989, two million Lithuanians, Latvians and Estonians joined hands in a human chain stretching over 400 miles between Vilnius (Lituania), Riga (Lativa), and Tallinn (Estonia), to protest the anniversary of the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact between the Nazis and Soviet Union.