St. Mary's Dome Cathedral, Riga

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  • Address: Doma Laukums 6, Riga 1050, Latvia
  • Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +371-67227573
  • Time Required: 00:30 Mins
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About St. Mary's Dome Cathedral, Riga

The St. Mary’s Dome Cathedral or Riga Dome is a popular tourist attraction in Riga. A prominent feature of the Riga skyline, the construction of the building dates back to the year 1211. A stunning and looming structure, the cathedral is a must visit for everybody- including worshippers, photography buffs, architecture enthusiasts and history fanatics.  Trivia- the cathedral houses one the world’s biggest organs.

St. Mary's Dome Cathedral Information

  • Active place of worship. Please maintain the tranquillity of the place.

How To reach St. Mary's Dome Cathedral by Public Transport

  • Grecinieku iela tram stop
  • Novembra krastmala bus stop

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  • This is one of Rigas landmarks. Cathedral belfry completes skyline viewing from other side of Daugava river. Stained glass windows greatly decorate interior. Inside there is small exposition of armory dating eighteen century.

  • Loved exploring the cathedral ⭐️It combines features from Romanesque, early Gothic, Baroque and Art Nouveau periods of architecture.

  • A good visit. Lots of nice architecture and it's a big place. You can also read about the history of the church if you're interested. Doesn't cost much to enter so would strongly encourage a visit.

  • Very gorgeous place with unique acoustic. Great place to go to organ concerts.

  • Ticket 3€ only, you can go everywhere and make photos. Monumental, very beatiful, big exposition of different historical things. All translated to 4 languages, very comfort.

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