Preserving the past for future generations

  • 2005-08-10
  • By Jody Yurkowsky
RIGA - The changes that have taken place in the Baltic states over the past decade are truly staggering to contemplate. The economies, state structures, and people themselves have grown with the times. As these three countries successfully keep pace with the rest of Europe, we see visible changes on the streets and in our neighborhoods. Everywhere the signs of progress are evident. From new shopping centers to ice arenas to office complexes and apartment blocks, architecture is changing the skylines of Tallinn, Riga and Vilnius. Saules Akmens in Riga, the Europa Towers in Vilnius, and V...
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