The Independence Day of Latvia, national holiday for every Latvian in 18 November. The Independence of Latvia was proclaimed onRead more
Great Amber in Liepaja. As well as home to the Liepāja Symphony orchestra, Emils Melngailis Liepaja Music Secondary School andRead more
Liepaja. HMMD Competitions has announced the winners of its Triple Bridge Waterfront design competition. Which called for designs to transformRead more
Pokaini. Pokaini forest is located not far from Riga, Latvia. In 1996 Ivar Viks, a scientist from Riga, told journalistsRead more
Celebrated throughout Latvia, Ligo Diena. The annual celebration of the Summer Solstice which marks the longest day of the yearRead more
Every year on May 4, Latvia celebrates. Tthe day when in 1990 the Supreme Council of the Latvian SSR adoptedRead more
Easter And Egg… Easter is probably the oldest Christian celebration aside from the Sabbath, it wasn’t always the same asRead more
Military company Wagner are already testing the waters in the Baltics. The propaganda channels of the Kremlin have justRead more
What do Latvians commemorate on November 11 ?
And how do we do it?
Named after a mythical Latvian hero, Lāčplēša day is a tribute to the freedom fighters who made the greatest victory in Latvia’s military history possible.
November 11 – The German Empire and Allies of World War I sign the armistice, which marks the end of World War IRead more
Līgo Festivities forever! Līgo festivities – the shortest night of the year, celebrating nature and fertility. Bonefires, beer andRead more