We would like to thank everyone who during “Staro Riga” event came at 22 Miera Street to explore the renovated facade of a historic building of Laima and to listen to the story of Laima chocolate production from cocoa beans.
The Embassy of Love from Laima also started its work – the sweet shop at Miera Street.
The special Love deserved our Museum of Laima chocolate is ready for opening.
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*What do „Laima” chocolate museum, Louvre and The National Gallery in London has in common?
To ensure that exhibition is clearly visible and enjoyable in all conditions , both in sunny days and days when the sun is hiding behind the clouds, for museum exhibition special „invisible” glass produced in Latvia by high-tech company GroGlass was used.
Glass has several metal oxide coatings applied on both sides that virtually eliminate glare. Additionally glass protects the exhibition from harmful UV rays that helps to prevent fading of artworks.
„Invisible” glass guards the first dark chocolate made in Latvia, and a 100-year-old doll made of chocolate. This glass is used also for interactive machine where each visitor has an opportunity to create unique his/her chocolate bar. Behind „invisible” glass also the very beginning of the incredible way of cocoa beans from Gulf of Guinea in Africa to Riga is displayed.
Opening of the Laima Chocolate Museum
The legend of Latvian chocolate Laima keeps a lot of evidences of time, of people and love. And we would like to share this precious evidences with you!
Together with cocoa beans we will travel from distant Gulf of Guinea in Africa to Riga, we will admire the magic of chocolate and will see the witnesses of antiquity who will tell us about the very beginning of the incredible way of chocolate to Latvia.
To the historical place, to the corner of Miera and Palidzibas Streets, will be returned the beloved by many generations of Riga citizens sweets’ shop and cafe. The building of the museum is a historical witness of the life of national manufacturer of sweets Laima. Thebuilding itself, that is considered to be the industrial heritage, was constructed in 1939 by Stanislav Aloizs Borbal.
On the pages of the story of life of Laima are recorded the names of masters, employees, unique products and global achievements. This story of Laima refers to everyone, who admires chocolate.
The museum of Chocolate Laima invites the witnesses of Latvian chocolate’s legends to share the stories and those who can provide the interesting material about the life story of Laima. You can share the stories by writing us to firstname.lastname@example.org or to the factual address: Riga, Miera Street 22, LV1001, with the mark Museum of Chocolate Laima. Let’s create the story of Laima together!
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