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RIGA , CENTRAL MARKET, 2016
http://www.TravelsWithSheila.com The gigantic Central Markets were used as Zeppelin hangers during World War I. Each building sells something different. Meats, cheeses, honey, fruits, vegetables and sauerkraut goods. One woman even had pates of Horse Meat, Moose and Moose Salami! Produce is also sold outside the buildings. Some sellers with only one small item to sell and others had stalls loaded with anything and everything.
After a day exploring the largest market in Europe, Riga's Central Market, we head home to try a well known Latvian Liqueur called Black Balsam! Book this Airbnb! https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/18613453 Use this link for $$$ off your first Airbnb! http://bit.ly/2fCgsTx == JOIN THE ADVENTURE! == Supporters get access to never before seen vlogs, hand-written postcards and more! ► http://bit.ly/2mWqTt6 Don’t miss the adventure, SUBSCRIBE! ► http://bit.ly/1Nnl2kq New travel videos posted every Monday, Wednesday and Friday! Download our FREE eBook! ► “Everything You Need to Know to Travel the World” http://bit.ly/2rQPpLf BUY ADVENTURE GEAR ► http://bit.ly/2rV8IG1 == Follow Us == Twitter - http://twitter.com/the_endless_a Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/TheEndlessAdventurers/ Instagram -...
Be sure to check out http://www.brendansadventures.com for more of my photography. I'm on Instagram at http://www.instagram.com/brendanvanson Riga was fantastic, I must say. I was impressed with the city and all it had to offer. I expected to find a city that was a bit on the edgy side, but instead found a charming town with a great vibe. I was in Riga over Christmas, and it was the perfect time to be there. Riga is actually the home to the first ever Christmas tree, and the Christmas markets in Riga are fantastic. I also found that the foodie scene in Riga was quite cool. I found lots of really good food in Riga, and the prices were beyond reasonable. Especially compared to other major European cities. I just have the one episode from Lativa, but there's lots more from the Christ...
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Riga central market celebration
Video and photo of Riga central food market, August 27, 2013. Latvia money currency is Lats (Ls). There is 100 santims in every Ls. 1Ls is about 2 USD. 50 santims - 1 USD List of produce I bought this time and the price: Banana: 60 santims per KG. Sometimes you can get for 20, 30 santims per KG. Depends on quality. Grapes: 1Ls per KG. 2 months later you can get sweet, seedles grapes for 50 santims KG. Watermelon: 20 santims per KG Melon: 40 santims per KG Dates: 2Ls per box. (600g) Spend all your money on theese organic dates, worth it :D As the Latvia is situated in north of Europe most of the produce is imported from other countrys, like Spain, Greece.. so the quality of fruits won`t be the highest.
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Latvia, Local Market in Riga in famous Kalnciema Quarter - UNESCO Heritage site. All photos from my trip to Latvia: http://vacationality.com/photogallery/latvia/ My trip to Latvia http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLoC8MiaGeBlemy5RiUEjLcHi9oDLvzbWW My trip to Spain https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL79508217E13B18EF My Life in the UK https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL36AA70EB5E29E84A My Life in the USA https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL96E0D2D6C9D2574E My trip to Portugal https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLoC8MiaGeBlcAwnW8Gpva5VZku3TD4EVO Living in Russia https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA585EA007CC3E58B
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RIGA CENTRAL MARKET / CENTRÁLNÍ TRŽNICE 29.3.2014, BÝVALÉ HANGÁRY ZEPPELINU
Took an awesome weekend trip to Riga, Latvia and share with you here the TOP 10 THINGS TO DO IN RIGA. In order: Jurmala Beach, Centraltirgus (Central Market), Latvian Baths (Riga Pirts), Daugava River & Parks, House of Blackheads, Street Musicians, Freedom Monument, Medieval Architecture (Three Brothers), Black Balsam Liquor (Rigas Balzams), Art Nouveau Architecture (Alerta Iela), and Folk Bars. Have any more recommendations? Write them in the comments below! Latvian Baths (Balta Pirts): http://www.baltapirts.lv/en/home Labietes Beer: https://www.facebook.com/AlusDarbnicaLabietis/
Today we’re headed to a delicious food festival here in Riga, Latvia! After an appetizer of baked ants and bees, we grab some proper lunch grub then head to the most awesome food market! == SUPPORT THE ADVENTURE! == Supporters get access to never before seen vlogs, private chats with us and more! ► http://bit.ly/2mWqTt6 Don’t miss the adventure, SUBSCRIBE! ► http://bit.ly/1Nnl2kq New travel videos posted every Monday, Wednesday and Friday! Download our FREE eBook! ► “Everything You Need to Know to Travel the World” http://bit.ly/2rQPpLf BUY ADVENTURE GEAR ► http://bit.ly/2rV8IG1 == Follow Us == Twitter - http://twitter.com/the_endless_a Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/TheEndlessAdventurers/ Instagram - http://instagram.com/theendlessadventure Travel Blog - http://theendlessadventu...
http://www.inyourpocket.com Riga In Your Pocket visits the biggest market in Europe: the central market in Riga. When construction was completed in 1930, Riga's Central Market was one of the largest and most modern marketplaces on the European continent. Seventy years later, four of the five pavilions, which were used as zeppelin hangars during WWI, still serve their original function as meat, fish, produce and dairy markets. The bustling atmosphere also hasn't changed much, although most of the hawkers are more reluctant to haggle than in the past. The markets spill out beyond the confines of the hangars and operate throughout the day, some longer than others. For more information go to Riga In Your Pocket http://riga.inyourpocket.com Shot and edited by Nienke Bos, Riga In Your Pocket...
Join Carmen as he visits Riga Farms in the Holland Marsh to talk about fresh Ontario produce. Carmen discusses the relationship with Riga and Vince's Market and the consumer benefits of buying from local Ontario growers.
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''Main Pavilions and Open Area to the Rear of Pavilions''— History of Riga Central Market-- The need to organize a central market in Riga was first discussed by the city fathers before the World War I. The project of the Riga railway hub developed in 1909/1910 at the request of the Riga-Orel railway company board envisaged building a railway branch for the needs of a new city market, between the city canal and the so-called red warehouses. Yet the war interrupted the implementation of these plans, and the project was resumed only years later. The damages caused by the war and the struggle for independence had to be repaired at first. When Riga's economic life returned to normal, the question of building a modern market was again on the city's agenda. At the time almost a half of...
RIGA , CENTRAL MARKET, 2016