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The National Library of Latvia (NLL) is a cultural, scientific and educational centre of national significance. The NNL's mission is to build and maintain a repository of national and world literature, the core of the 4 million items in the massive...more
3 Mukusalas Str. | right across the Stone Bridge from Old town, Riga LV-1423, Latvia
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I enjoy this place a lot. There are always some exhibitions (very good exhibitions) and you will always find a calm place where to sit and read some book.It is very cozy place for studying or just reeading. The view from there is very nice....More
We are 3 friends and we decided to visit this impressive building. At the inside it is even more impressive. We walked around and we also walked all the way up to the top to have a beautiful view of the city.
We were walking across the bridge & had no idea what this place was. Seeing it was the national library we decided to pop in & have a look round. Its a beautiful building both inside & out. Also took the opportunity of having a...More
I told my Latvian friend that I can stay here for the whole day and just admired the architectural design. What a nice piece of art! I love how they display the old books. When we were there, there were exhibits about digitization and security....More
You can book a tour in advance (by e-mail) in a number of different language. The cost was 2 euros per person. We booked the tour in hopes of getting to Levels 11 and 12 (for the amazing views of the city of Riga), but...More
The largest library in Latvia, as well as the most modern one. You can sign up for a guided tour, which covers aspects of justify and culture or you can just grab a book to read.
From time to time the library has special exhibitions...More
If you are interested in culture and architecture and have some time this is worth a visit. The security seems a bit much for a library and they were not all that clear - bag v purse. I have a really small handbag that holds...More