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From Stockmann, Rīga 53 min
Bus - 1313
From Ķengarags, Rīga 44 min
Bus - 1818
Bus - 3030
From Rumbula (Air Base), Rīga 95 min
Bus - 1818
Bus - 5757
From Piņķi, Rīga 42 min
Bus - 3232
Bus - 5353
From Mēbeļu Nams, Rīga 50 min
Bus - 55
Bus - 1313

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What are the closest stations to Nacionālais Teātris?

  • The closest stations to Nacionālais Teātris are:
    • Z.A. Meierovica Bulvāris is 166 meters away, 3 min walk
    • Raiņa Bulvāris is 208 meters away, 3 min walk
    • Mākslas Muzejs is 363 meters away, 5 min walk
    • Brīvības Piemineklis is 629 meters away, 9 min walk

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Nacionālais Teātris
Nacionālais Teātris The Latvian National Theatre (Latvian: Latvijas Nacionālais teātris) is the national theatre of Latvia in Riga. The theatre was built between 1899-1902 to the design of architect August Reinberg. It was built as Riga's second (Russian) theatre. It closed during the First World War; on 18 November 1918, Latvia's independence was declared in the theatre building. In 1917 the first shows in Latvian were held in the theatre. The Latvian National Theatre was founded 30 November 1919, just over a year after independence. The creative program was authored by Jānis Akurāters, a Latvian writer, then head of the Art department of the Ministry of Education. The current managing director of the theatre is Ojārs Rubenis and the artistic director is Edmunds Freibergs.
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