Nice and central church in the earth of the city. Better in the outside, "scandinavian" in the style, than in the inside.
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This church is worth having look, both outside and inside. It is the oldest house of worship in Riga, with a Dominican monastery chapel sited located here in the 13th century and the building has had several reconstructions. In the 15th century two monks were...More
Located on the south of old town, This Lutheran church was built on the thirteenth century and is dedicated to St. John the baptist.
St John's is a lovely old church well worth a visit. You can go inside to look around. Situated at Jana 7.
A church rich in history evolving from a monastery of the Dominican order to the current Lutheran church. Much of the old church has been renovated particularly in the early part of the 20th century. However parts of the original 1234 walls can still be...More
Situated very closed to another touristy and famed church St. Peter's, this church doesn't have too many tourists. Outside is relatively simpler and so is inside except its decorated ceiling. Although it is old from 13th century but it was taken over in 1582 by...More