Agenskalns Water Tower is a tower in Riga, Latvia. It was built in 1910 as a water tower to produce fresh water for the ever-expanding city. The tower stands at 40 metres tall after it was expanded in the 1930s, it is thought that its walls are 2 metres thick. The tower was designed to an Art Nouveau style by popular Riga architect Wilhelms Bokslaff.
The tower is situated in the Agenskalns area of Riga. It is accessible by the tram network, get on the 1 or 5 tram and get off at ‘Kalnciema iela’; the 54, 237 and 245 buses also travel there.
Opening Times and Admission
The tower is abandoned and you can not enter without authorization.