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Where traditions come to live
Want to see how the Latvians lived in the past? Latvian Ethnographic Open Air Museum (Latvijas Etnogrāfiskais Brīvdabas Muzejs) lets you see this country’s amazing history and culture.
Derived from an open air museum in Scandinavia, the historical and lovely Latvian Ethnographic Open Air Museum lies behind the pine forest at Lake Jugla.
Guests can walk on a journey of discovery through the great replica city of Latvia, which consists of 140,000 items. This museum was built on 1924, and will make you feel truly be nostalgic. Over 100,000 people each year come to visit the beauty of the Latvian Ethnographic Open Air Museum.