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A great monument to see

I recommend this monument as if you are interested in Latvian history it is a nice place to visit... read more

Reviewed June 1, 2016
Janis G
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Ogre, Latvia
St. George & The Dragon

The sculpture reminded me of the story of St. George and the dragon - perhaps that what this means... read more

Reviewed October 25, 2015
Doug_K_0216
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Chicago, Illinois
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Jun 1, 2016
“A great monument to see”
Oct 24, 2015
“St. George & The Dragon”
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Jurmala, Latvia
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Reviewed June 1, 2016

I recommend this monument as if you are interested in Latvian history it is a nice place to visit. Must see!

Thank Janis G
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Reviewed October 25, 2015

The sculpture reminded me of the story of St. George and the dragon - perhaps that what this means in Latvian. Makes a nice place to take some photos.

Thank Doug_K_0216
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Reviewed September 7, 2015

This sculpture of a Latvia’s d freedom fighter was put on a small square opposite the Majori train station in 1953. It is right at the start of Jomas Street. In was first erected in 1953 and renovated in 2003. "The Horizon fountain" was added...More

Thank Otto B
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Reviewed August 15, 2015

Just a sculpture. This sculpture stands in front of the Majori strain station, so that you will see it any way. Main walking Jomas street starts from it.

1  Thank Ilona C
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Reviewed May 26, 2015

The statue of Latvia’s epic hero and freedom fighter, the Bear Slayer, was erected on the small square opposite the Majori train station in 1953, which is interesting given the fact that Latvia was part of the USSR back then and a popular resort among...More

2  Thank Billythefish1
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