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Janis Rozentals and Rudolfs Blaumanis' Museum

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Address: Alberta iela 12, Apt. 9, Riga 1010, Latvia
Phone Number:
371 7331641

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Enjoyable look at the artworks

One really needs to climb the staircase in the Art Nouveau museum just to see the view from the top. We discovered this small museum at the top and went in. It was another look at... read more

Reviewed 5 June 2016
La Paz, Bolivia
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La Paz, Bolivia
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 372 helpful votes
Reviewed 5 June 2016

One really needs to climb the staircase in the Art Nouveau museum just to see the view from the top. We discovered this small museum at the top and went in. It was another look at apartment life in the same building and shed light on a wonderful artist and how he lived. Quite a contrast to the museum apartment... More 

1 Thank AdventurePhiles
Oslo, Norway
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 37 helpful votes
Reviewed 13 July 2015 via mobile

The museum is an appartment on the 5th floor- just ring the door bell downstairs. It costs EUR 1,40, and you need cash to pay. Payment is done on the 5th floor. We did not see a lift, so for people not able to climb 5 stories, this is not recommended. -This is the spectacular collection of paintings and furniture... More 

4 Thank SteveogEsther
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Reviewed 24 August 2014

After a nice walk in Alberta street where a wide range of Art Nouveau buildings line up, go to the Rozentals museum at # 12, which is the appartment in which lived Janis Rozentals between 1904 and 1915. You will get back in the past, all the more if you feel like disguising (they have a wide range of hats... More 

2 Thank JoelLeclair
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Reviewed 10 August 2014

Located five flights of stairs above the much touted Art Nouveau Museum (which is totally worth a visit as well), the Rozentals and Blaumanis museum has the advantage of authenticity: it does not feel as a museum but as an apartment which has been recently abandoned by its residents. Period furniture, multiple layers of wallpaper, cracks in the mouldings, withering... More 

1 Thank smartnik
Vilnius, Lithuania
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Reviewed 24 September 2013

View the top-floor apartment where famous Latvian painter Janis Rozentāls and renowned writer Rūdolfs Blaumanis once lived. Everything is authentic and unaltered. This is a museum about the daily life of one family. On the second floor - extremely nice and cozy studio where Janis Rozentāls painted. Museum staff - wonderful. Without asking or extra charge guided the rooms and... More 

2 Thank Ragauskaite

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