Baltic Cities: Riga & Tallin

Medieval trade across the Baltic Sea was dominated by members of the Hanseatic League. Many cities rose in importance and gained prosperity as attested by beautiful churches and merchants’ residences. Two of these important port cities attracting thousands of tourists were Riga in Latvia and Tallinn (formerly known as Reval) in Estonia. Today, both cities are members of the EU and a lot of money has flowed into the preservation of the rich maritime heritage of both cities. In both cases the respective old towns are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Tallinn's Old Town as one of the best preserved medieval cities in Europe and Riga is famous for its Art Nouveau architecture.

DELIVERY MODE

  • Hybrid (F2F & Online simultaneously)
$39 Limited

<p>Medieval trade across the Baltic Sea was dominated by members of the Hanseatic League. Many cities rose in importance and gained prosperity as attested by beautiful churches and merchants’

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02 Nov
$39 Limited

<p>Medieval trade across the Baltic Sea was dominated by members of the Hanseatic League. Many cities rose in importance and gained prosperity as attested by beautiful churches and merchants’

...
02 Nov

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