Dannenšterna nams (in Latvian)
|Town or city||Riga|
|Client||Ernst Metsue von Dannenstern|
|Design and construction|
The house was built by and is named after Ernst Metsue von Dannenstern, a wealthy merchant. It dates from 1696 and is considered one of the finest examples of Baroque architecture in Riga. It was designed by German architect and chief architect of Riga Rupert Bindenschu. The street facade, in limestone, has giant order Corinthian pilasters and two elaborate entrance portals, created by sculptor D. Walter. The building also contains fragments of an earlier, medieval building.
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- Information about Dannenstern House from Riga Municipality