Latvia: Group of Beaches
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Latvia: Group of Beaches. Republic of Latvia is a country in northern Europe and one of the state of three Baltic states. Capital of Latvia is Rigga and it is also the most developed city of Latvia. Latvia is a country who gave the world its first spy cam, Denim jeans and many more.
Latvia is a developed country holding 46th rank in Human Development Index. Latvia has many interesting things and facts to explore so now I am going to share with you…..
Latvia: Group of Beaches
Latvia borders Estonia in the north, Lithuania in the south, the Baltic Sea with the Gulf of Riga in the west, Russia in the east, and Belarus in the southeast.
Latvia is one of the most beautiful country in Baltic state, Latvia lies between Euthanasia and Estonia. Latvia is largely known for its fertile lowland with numerous lakes and hills to the east.With over 500 km of coast, Latvia has tons of beaches. There’s space for everyone, whether you want fun in the sun or miles of sand to yourself and best of all it’s all open to the public.
Latvia was capitulated by USSR in 1940, but after Latvia declared its independence on 21st August, 1991. On 6th September Latvia take its membership in United Nation after that Latvia was admitted to North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) and the European Union in 2004.
During Soviet rule Latvia used the Russian ruble as its monetary unit but by 1993 the country had adopted its own currency, the lats. The Central Bank of the Republic of Latvia is the center of the banking system. The GDP of Latvia is 30.96 billion USD and per capita income of Latvia is 15,375.45 USD. Latvia is one of the most developed country in Baltic Region. The 500 Lat note (national currency) is still one of the most valuable worldwide notes today. Even with the adoption of the Euro.
Latvia has a huge capital related to its tiny population, with over one third of the population living in Riga. But you wouldn’t know it on a summer weekend when everyone heads for their cottage in the countryside. Total population of Latvia is 2,404,926.
Latvian is the mother tongue of only some 60% of the country’s population (under 50% in major cities). As part of the independence process in the early 1990s, Latvia (as well as Estonia) introduced language laws to protect the language from extinction. The Latvian language now serves as the official state language of Latvia, where it is spoken by an estimated 1.4 million people.
Latvia hold rank second among the most educated country in the world.
The literacy rate in Latvia is 99.89%, giving it a rank of third among all countries. Riga Technical University and University of Latvia are two major universities in the country.
Latvia was one of the last regions in Europe to be Christianized, yet the main religion traditionally practiced is Christianity. A significant part of the modern Latvian lifestyle includes such unique traditions as the summer solstice holiday Jāņi or “Liigo!”, the Latvian Song and Dance Festival, a treasure trove of folk songs (dainas), mythology, traditional dress and folk dancing. Ancient traditions in modern execution can be seen at the “Baltijas Saule” (Baltic Sun) Festival, which is dedicated to the 1236 Battle of Saule (Sun). Held in Riga every year, the festival offers various activities from sword fighting in ethnic apparel to ethanol-rock concerts.
Latvians are very educated and intellectuals because of its literacy rate is high.
Latvians do not use gestures while communicating or make minimal use of it. A lot of gesturing can be annoying or distracting them. It can be considered rude to wave a pointed index finger or persistently point at someone.
Rundale Palace and Museum:-Nicknamed the Baltic Versailles, Rundale Palace (Rundāles pils) will transport you to an age of splendour. Designed by Francesco Rastrelli, the architect who also created St. Petersburg’s Hermitage, Rundale is a superbly restored Baroque and Rococo masterpiece packed with art treasures and surrounded by a delightful rose garden.
Jurmala:-If you’re looking for fun, there’s vibrant life on the beach and in the unique spas, offering a tempting menu of mud packs and massages.
Gauja National Park:-The Gauja National Park is the perfect place to destress. Wander miles of stunning hiking trails, explore fascinating medieval castles or thrill to bungee jumping and other adventurous activities.
Latgale:-Latgale is an off-the-beaten-track gem that deeply rewards visitors.From a museum to legendary artist Mark Rothko to awe inspiring Aglona Basilica, Latvia’s eastern region is packed with surprises.
Sculptural Group Parade of the Knights:-Stone head soldiers with ancient name tag. Locates in the front of castle, so you will not miss them. Really match the location.
“United For Latvia” :- A great monument with a lot of history behind it.
Latvian flag is one of the oldest flags in the world. The existence of this flag dates back to the 13th century, Latvian proud of it.
Latvia produces more female models per capita that almost any country in the world. Only Estonia, Iceland, Lithuania and Denmark rank higher.
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