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The Castle of the Livonian order reviews
More than we expected before going there.Feels much bigger inside.Quite a lot authentic interior details than elsewhere.Very informative if your interested in history.Recommended. more »
Big and very interesting castle with many artifacts and history. There is an art exhibition dedicated to the sea, paintings are presented in the galleries over the 3 floors. There was also an... more »
Everythink ok. Half of exhibition was in national language other half had Eglish translations, touch screens do not work. You can spend about 30-50 mins to see everything. They have good nice displays but not too much. As I understood they upgrading museum.
Good place to visite on bad weather. But there is not so much to see. Everything written in latvian language. But there are few screens with information in english.
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