This museum is located in the oldest, surviving stone building in Riga. Built in 1204, it was once home to St. George's Church. The building's original, white, dolomite walls and 17th-century wooden beams still form part of the museum's interior.
The museum has vast collections of applied art in ceramics, textiles, glass, metals, leather and wood, dating from the 19th century to today.
The second and third storeys hold the permanent collections, while the ground floor hosts changing exhibitions.
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Keywords: Riga, museum