National Art Museum
National Architectural Monument,
1903 - 1905
The building (architect V. Neimanis) was constructed simultaneously with the Stock-exchange Commercial School; it as if finishes the Boulevard Circle’s representative building area. The museum was built as an imposing structure in Baroque style, with majestic lobby and stately front staircase, as well as with convenient exhibition halls having skylight on the second floor, and the ceiling in some places has been made of reinforced concrete constructions.