After walking through Rozena iela, I made my way over to find the Three Brothers.
According to the brochure, “the Three Brothers is a charming group of residential houses each from a different century, the oldest dating back to the 15th century. Their name – Three Brothers, was given a very long time ago and, according to legend, the buildings were constructed by men from one family. Today, the premises house the Latvian Museum of Architecture and the State Inspection for Heritage Protection.”
I found the buildings to be pretty neat, but I wouldn’t have known where they were if it wasn’t marked on the map. The buildings themselves aren’t marked. I knew I was in the right area, but knew I was at the three brothers when I saw other tourists taking pictures of the building. That’s also when I looked up and saw this: