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St. Mary's Dome Cathedral

Doma laukums 1, Riga 1050, Latvia
+371 67 227 573
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First completed in 1270 as a bishop's cathedral, this magnificent building features a large organ (circa 1884) that boasts 6,768 pipes, making it one of the biggest in the world.
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Doma laukums 1, Riga 1050, Latvia
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Our visit to Riga was as a result of The Really Big Chorus from the UK coming here to sing in a concert. It was a wonderful venue - it is a very impressive building and ideal for a musical events. A little chilly as...More

Thank Wineaway
Reviewed 3 days ago

Riga has more than its fair share of lovely old churches and cathedrals and this is a brilliant landmark and central point.

Thank David M
Reviewed 1 week ago

Not as polished up as many European cathedrals, but just a peaceful place to visit and contemplate what the old walls have witnessed. Interesting that during the Soviet occupation from 1944-1991, they turned it into only a concert hall, with a spectacular organ. Concerts still...More

Thank Maris L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We bought tickets for the tour plus the concert. The concert was incredible. It was only 20 minutes, but it was amazing. The self guided tour was good but if your planing a visit, do the concert to. Every day at noon. Tickets were 10...More

1  Thank Phoenixtravel011
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This cathedral is worth visiting. Entrance fee - 3 euro. Come before 18-00. Don't miss the internal yard. Beautiful place, small museum.

Thank Dadinova
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Not as embelished as many other cathedrals we have seen but very interesting. Take the walk around the cloisters and enjoy the peaceful surroundings and also see some remnants of local pieces.

Thank Jeff W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Lovely church that was closed for repair when we were there. However, the dome is beautiful from all sides and so visible to be a good landmark for not getting lost.

Thank Teri F
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

At 11.45 am go and get your tickets ( €10 per person ) ready for a Midday organ recital. It's only 20-25 minutes and you get to hear one of Europes biggest organs played by an expert. It's really worth it ! Then you can...More

Thank Caroline W
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The balcony is under repair so we had to see past the scaffolding to appreciate its splender. However, this can be expected given its age and grandeur.

Thank Mitzi W
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Nice cathedral but quite plain and nothing very impressive to mention. Nice cloisters and it only costs €3 to get in.

Thank Hevsy
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Response from dragongeorge | Reviewed this property |
No. They just appreciate your attendance. Obviously short shorts would be seen as inappropriate but other than that, no dress code
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