Собор Рождества Христова — кафедральный храм Латвийской православной церкви. Расположен в Риге, на Эспланаде (бульвар Бривибас, 23).
This church as a building is not bad but the nuns are witches .Don't talk don't touch don't take photos don't wear shorts. I saw one of the nuns holding a woman back. I was even too scared to sit down.
Very nice church, place that you can not miss if you come in riga, really impressive
A memorizing cathedral in Russian orthodox style. It's looks different from other churches in Riga and I would recommend visiting it. The outside looks kind of nice but the inside has really beautiful wall paintings. A shame that taking pictures inside is prohibited.
Very impressive church, in a russian orthodox style. You cannot take pictures inside of the Church, but the outside is very beautiful.
Visually appealing from the outside, however "no shorts" so "NO ENTRY" for me. Also, no photographs permitted inside, so some of the photos shown here have been sneaky ones. That rule is always disappointing.
Built between 1876 and 1883 during the period when the country was part of the Russian Empire. In the early 1960s, Soviet authorities converted the temple into a planetarium. The cathedral has been restored since Latvia regained independence. The entrance for visitors is free and currently is an active orthodox church.
A beautiful church located close to the freedom monument. This church has a strict dress code and no photo policy so visitors need to respect this before going in. Highly recommend a visit.
Beautiful cathedral that is well worth having a look around . Fabulous on the outside and very peaceful inside and a nice bit of time out .
Pretty church, just nothing like the church of the spilled blood. No photos are allowed to be taken inside. Nearly got thrown out for these. Quite rude actually.
Beautiful. But you can’t take photos. Of course there is a shop inside where you can buy postcard 😉
There's a nice bird's eye view of this church from the skyline bar if Raddison hotel. The golden domes looks beautiful from there. But when you go to the church itself it's not the most impressive. Active church and no photographs are allowed inside. Inside is just a typical orthodox church interior.