The Jewish population had a major influence to the development of Riga and Latvia. Unfortunately, Riga was one of the cities in Europe, where many people of Jewish nationality were murdered during the World War II.
The Forest of Rumbula became the graveyard for thousands of Jews. This place is a memorial place nowadays.
This tour is interesting for people, who want to learn more about that period and maybe have some memories of people, who lived here in the beginning of the 20. century.
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Ms Ilze Karlsone was very competent, took our needs into account and the tour was very educational.