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Description: A film produced by Intourist about Riga, the capital of Latvia
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Clip #: TFA-423
Length: 14:54
Color: Color
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1970s
Region: Europe
Country: Latvia
City: Riga
Subject: Tourists
Original: 35mm
Keywords:
1970s, 1980s, Intourist, Latvia, Riga, Soviet Union, tourism, aerial cityscape, skyline, Hotel Latvija, female tourist waking up in hotel room, using restroom and looking out window, female tourist meeting up with man in hotel lobby, jewelry, male and female tourists shopping for amber jewelry, tourists boarding sightseeing bus, old town Riga, historic buildings, marching band, boat tour, sailboats, beach, female tourist wearing traditional Latvian dress, ‘Don Quixote’ ballet performance, Riga Cathedral, stained glass windows, tour group sightseeing, pedestrians, Latvians, women painting tower, group of boys wearing cowboy hats, parks, people walking dogs, traditional Latvian folk dress and folk dancing, traditional wooden houses, aerial forested area, parade / procession with participants in traditional dress, festival, spectators, large choir singing outdoors, male tourist helping female tourist off bus, vehicle pov fast motion driving on streets illuminated at night, male and female tourists at nightclub, singer and dancers, showgirls, cabaret, bowling, disco dancing, dancing male and female ballet dancers superimposed over views of streets illuminated at night

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