The 1905 Bloody Sunday Monument is a monument that is a reminder of the protests in 1905 that led to Latvian protesters being killed, it is situated in Riga, Latvia. The monument is a sculpture sat on a stone that simply reads 1905, the sculpture shows one protester keeping a flag raised by taking it off a fallen protester. The monument was built in 1960 as a remembrance to Latvian protesters that were killed by the Tsar for protesting against oppressive labour practices for workers.
The monument is situated on the waterfront of the city and is within walking distance of most other sights of Riga.
Opening Times and Admission
The monument is situated in a public place, it is free to visit at any time of any day.