Riga

Riga, the third seaport of Russia and capital of Livonia, on the Dwina, 7 m. from its entrance into the Gulf of Riga (a spacious inlet on the E. side of the Baltic); has some fine mediæval buildings; is the seat of an archbishop, and is a busy and growing commercial and manufacturing town, exporting grain, timber, flax, linseed, wool, &c.

Population (circa 1900) given as 182,000.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Riff * Rigdum Funnidos
Richmond, Legh
Richter, Jean Paul Friedrich
Richthofen, Baron von
Ricord, Philippe
Ridley, Nicolas
Riehm, Edward
Rienzi, Cola di
Riesengebirge
Rifacimento
Riff
Riga
Rigdum Funnidos
Rights, Declaration of
Rigi
Rigveda
Rimini
Rimmon
Rinaldo
Rinderpest
Ring and the Book
Rio de Janeiro

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