The observation of the LETA agency testifies to several thousand people arriving at the Riga Cemetery on the commemoration day of the dead.
=Most people place candles on the grave of the first president of Latvia, Janis Cakste.
Likewise, most candles are placed on the grave of hockey player Karl Skrastiņa and a monument dedicated to unborn children.
On the commemoration day of the dead, families with children and the elderly arrive at the Forest Cemetery.
As far as traffic is concerned, it is more likely that people will use public transport than private cars.
As reported, during the commemoration of the commemoration of the dead, a comfortable passage of passengers to cemeteries on the territory of Riga is provided, additional journeys are organized on public transport routes and more transport vehicles are allocated on separate routes.
Extra rides are organized on Route 11, 19, 20, 29, 36, 37, 39, 48 on the bus route, as well as on the 19th Route of the Route.
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