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“No Home To Go To: The Story of Baltic Displaced Persons, 1944-52” exhibition ~ “The Camps” archival footage on Vimeo

“No Home To Go To: The Story of Baltic Displaced Persons, 1944-52” exhibition ~ “The Camps” archival footage on Vimeo

Riga, Latvia.  Photo by Aniarenia: During the height of the Hanseatic League, the owner of the house was not invited to join the Great Guild for Riga's business leaders. The Great Guild headquarters was directly across the street from his home. He was so insulted by the Guild's snub that he turned the two cats so that their rear ends were pointed towards the Guild building. Eventually the owner was invited to join the Guild and the cats were returned to their original position.

Riga, Latvia. Photo by Aniarenia: During the height of the Hanseatic League, the owner of the house was not invited to join the Great Guild for Riga's business leaders. The Great Guild headquarters was directly across the street from his home. He was so insulted by the Guild's snub that he turned the two cats so that their rear ends were pointed towards the Guild building. Eventually the owner was invited to join the Guild and the cats were returned to their original position.

Want to know all the fun and top things to do in Riga, Latvia? Get the 15 must-do activities right here.  #latvia #riga

15 amazing things you must do in Riga

Want to know all the fun and top things to do in Riga, Latvia? Get the 15 must-do activities right here. #latvia #riga

Instructions for making a 9 foot gold idol to illustrate the story of the Fiery Furnace from Daniel 3. Kidfrugal: Fiery Furnace

Instructions for making a 9 foot gold idol to illustrate the story of the Fiery Furnace from Daniel 3. Kidfrugal: Fiery Furnace

The story behind this unique architecture tells of its Latvian owner who was denied membership in the powerful Great Guild; to show his displeasure, he built two cat sculptures on his roof with their backsides facing the Guild and their tails straight up to finish the insult.

The story behind this unique architecture tells of its Latvian owner who was denied membership in the powerful Great Guild; to show his displeasure, he built two cat sculptures on his roof with their backsides facing the Guild and their tails straight up to finish the insult.

Riga, Latvia: Art nouveau buildings in the old town of Riga, Latvia >> Explores our Deals!

Riga, Latvia: Art nouveau buildings in the old town of Riga, Latvia >> Explores our Deals!

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