Three Brothers reviews
Really interesting to see how housing evolved over time. House at No 17 is build on XV century, belong to a merchant, family lived on the first floor, merchandise on the upper floors so that family... more »
Another of the Architectural oddities that can be seen walking the Old Town, use a GPS or Google maps to help you find them. If you look closely you can see they have been built in three different... more »
This is one of Riga's many landmarks and the houses feature on lots of postcards and gifts so it's probably worth taking a photo opportunity. It took some time for us to find them to be honest, as there are no signposts telling you exactly where they are located. They are architecturally interesting because each house is from a different era. The house on the far right dates back to the fourteenth century. The central house is seventeenth century ad the third later.
Architecturally interesting. They were not built at the same time. The Museum of Architecture is free. The museum is not worth going out of your way to. Not very compelling or unique.
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