One of the most recognised landmarks in Riga, Latvia, is Riga Cathedral, which is an Evangelical Lutheran cathedral. The church was built in 1211, although it has been renovated numerous times since. It is the biggest medieval church in the Baltic states. It is known for its weathercock that is situated at the top of the building. The inside of the church is clean and crisp with an impressive pulpit.
The cathedral is situated in the centre of the city and is within walking distance of most other sights of Riga.
Opening Times and Admission
The church is open to visitors 9am-6pm in the summer months and 10am-5pm in the winter months, visiting the cathedral is free but a donation is welcomed.