One of the hot spots tourists don't pass is the Latvian Opera House. From the outside it is usually a magnificent building with columns, but I have a unique opportunity to visit it in person. Located next to the city canal, it is the pride of Latvian cultural life, and partly reflects Latvian culture. The building was built in 1863. It served as the German Theater in Riga in 1995. It has been fully restored. The Opera House has excellent acoustics, world class opera and ballet performances and pop concerts here. Frankly, the exterior walls of the building remind people of the Bolshoi Theatre, but the interior spaces look different and equally compelling and elegant.
Came here to be attracted by various buildings. It has a very beautiful architectural structure. The facade decoration is very delicate, and there are many mural carvings.
The red-walled church is hidden among the green trees, where there are often organ concerts, next to the famous Bergen University!