The architectural complex 'Three brothers' that was built in the 15th, 17th and 18th centuries contains of three houses. They are the oldest stone building in Riga. The complex gives an impression of how people used to live in the trade quarters. After painstaking restoration of the 50s the houses serve as the architectural museums of the city.
St. Maria Magdalena Catholic Church.
This small church was built in the 13th century. In the 17th century it became the Sweden garrison church. During the Great Northern War they were destroyed and rebuilt again.
The Sweden Gate.
The Sweden Gate is the newest and the only saved as they are of 25 gates of Riga, which used to protect the city from enemies.
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