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The Black Cat House

Melnais Kakis

Legend has it, that the owner of the house placed the black cats facing away from the Great Guild after he was denied membership in it.

10/12 Meistaru Street, Old Riga, Latvia

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Daily: 10 am - 1 am (until the last guest)

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