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The A6 is a national road in Latvia, connecting Riga to the Belarusian border at Pāternieki.
Administrative divisions of Latvia (valid since 1 July 2009).
Subdivisions of Latvia Until 2009 the districts of Latvia were divided into 77 cities (pilsēta), 10 amalgamated municipalities (novads), 24 rural territories (lauku teritorija) and 475 parishes (pagasts).
Andrejs Rubins (born 26 November 1978 in Riga) is a Latvian former football midfielder, who last played for the Azerbaijan Premier League club Simurq PFC.
The Archbishopric of Riga (Archiepiscopatus Rigensis, Erzbisdom Riga) was an archbishopric in Medieval Livonia, a subject to the Holy See.
Augusts Strautmanis (July 11, 1907, Riga – January 8, 1990, Ikšķile, Latvia) was a Latvian chess master.
The Battle of Garoza was one of the biggest battles of the Livonian crusade which occurred in 1287 between the Livonian Order and Semigallians in the territory of modern Latvia.
The Battle of Jugla was a defensive battle of the Russian Republic's 12th Army of the First World War from 1 to 3 September 1917.
Battle of Wenden (also known as Battle of Kieś) was a battle fought during the Polish–Swedish War (1626–1629), between Sweden and the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth on December 3, 1626 at Wenden (Cēsis, Kiesia) in present-day Latvia.
Berthold of Hanover (died 24 July 1198) was a German Cistercian and Bishop of Livonia, who met his death in a crusade against the pagan Livonians.
The Daugava (Daugova) or Western Dvina is a river rising in the Valdai Hills, Russia, flowing through Russia, Belarus, and Latvia and into the Gulf of Riga.
Below is list of Estonian language exonyms for places in non-Estonian-speaking countries.
Ikšķile Municipality (Ikšķiles novads) is a municipality in Vidzeme, Latvia.
Ikšķile Station is a railway station on the Riga – Daugavpils Railway.
Captain Konstantin Konstantinovich Vakulovsky (born 28 October 1894, died Summer 1918) was a World War I flying ace credited with six aerial victories.
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There are 9 cities (Republikas pilsētas, "republican cities") and 67 towns (Novada pilsētas, "municipality towns") in Latvia.
This page contains a list of exonyms in German for geographical places in the current and previous territory of Latvia.
This is a list of National Roads in Latvia.
The Livonian Chronicle of Henry (Heinrici Cronicon Lyvoniae) or Henry's chronicle of Livonia is a document in Latin describing historic events in Livonia (roughly corresponding to today's inland Estonia and north of Latvia) and surrounding areas from 1180 to 1227.
The Livonian Crusade refers to the conquest of the territory constituting modern Latvia and Estonia during the pope-sanctioned Northern Crusades, performed mostly by Germans from the Holy Roman Empire and Danes.
The Livonians, or Livs (Livonian: līvlizt), are a Finnic ethnic group indigenous to northern Latvia and southwestern Estonia.
Nikolay Pavlovich Pukhov (–March 28, 1958) was a Soviet Army colonel general and a Hero of the Soviet Union who commanded troops during World War II.
The Ogre District (Ogres rajons) was an administrative division of Latvia, located in the Semigallia and Vidzeme regions, in the country's centre.
Ordensburgs (plural in German: Ordensburgen, literally: castles of orders) were fortresses built by crusading German military orders during the Middle Ages.
Below is list of Polish language exonyms for places in non-Polish-speaking areas of Europe.
The Polish–Swedish War (1600–11) was a continuation of struggle between Sweden and Poland over control of Livonia and Estonia, as well as the dispute over the Swedish throne between Charles IX of Sweden and Sigismund III of Poland.
The Polish–Swedish Wars were a series of wars between the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth and Sweden.
A prince-bishop is a bishop who is also the civil ruler of some secular principality and sovereignty.
Riga (Rīga) is the capital and largest city of Latvia.
The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Riga is an archdiocese administered from the capital city of Riga in Latvia.
The Diocese of Livonia, later Roman Catholic Diocese of Inflanty was a territorial division of the Roman Catholic Church established in 1186 as the Diocese of Üxküll and promoted as Metropolitan Archdiocese of Riga in 1255.
Saint Meinhard (b. 1134 or 1136 - died August 14 or October 11, 1196) was a German canon regular and the first Bishop of Livonia.
Semigallians (Latvian Zemgaļi; Žiemgaliai, also Zemgalians, Semigalls, Semigalians) were the Baltic tribe that lived in the southcentral part of contemporary Latvia and northern Lithuania.
Tīnūži parish (Tīnūžu pagasts) is an administrative unit of the Ikšķile Municipality, Latvia.
Terra Mariana (Medieval Latin for "Land of Mary") was the official name for Medieval Livonia or Old Livonia (Alt-Livland, Vana-Liivimaa, Livonija), which was formed in the aftermath of the Livonian Crusade in the territories comprising present day Estonia and Latvia.
The following is a timeline of the history of the city of Riga, Latvia.
Uexküll (also Üxküll or Yxkull) is the historic German name of Ikšķile, a town in Latvia.