Three Brothers Latvian Museum of Architecture
The Three Brothers is a complex of three medieval merchant houses located in the Old Town of Riga, Latvia. The houses were built in different centuries and reflect the architectural styles of the time. The oldest house, the White Brother, was built in the 14th century. The Middle Brother was built in the 15th century, and the Yellow Brother was built in the 16th century.
The Three Brothers are now home to the Latvian Museum of Architecture. The museum exhibits a variety of architectural artifacts, including furniture, paintings, and sculptures. The museum also has a library and an archive.
The Three Brothers is a popular tourist destination in Riga. The houses are beautiful examples of medieval architecture, and the museum offers a fascinating glimpse into the history of Latvian architecture.