The ongoing debate over a much needed iconic Latvian national concert hall, which has spanned a period of over twenty years, is turning into a dilemma, as the voice of concerned opponents grows against an initiative thought by some being forced upon Riga through a public relations campaign undertaken by the Skanste Development Agency on behalf of Merks, a company that is part of Merko Ehitus, a private international building company headquartered in Estonia.
Merks proposed plan for a new concert hall and multi-functional conference centre, is centred around the stra...
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