1 giorno fa · Latvia (/ ˈ l ɑː t v i ə / or / ˈ l æ t v i ə / ; Latvian: Latvija; Latgalian: Latveja; Livonian: Lețmō), officially the Republic of Latvia (Latvian: Latvijas Republika, Latgalian: Latvejas Republika, Livonian: Lețmō Vabāmō), is a country in the Baltic region of Northern Europe.
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Latvia was settled by the Baltictribes thousands of years ago. They mainly fished, hunted, and traded. German traders and crusaders came to Latvia at the end of the 12th century. Latvians lost control of their homeland. Over the next 800 years, Germans, Danes, Swedes, Poles, and Russians all invaded Latvia. Latvia finally became independent in 1918...
In Copenhagen on 13 December 2002, Latvia and nine other countries were invited to join the European Union. On 20 September 2003, Latvians held an election to vote on joining. Two thirds of Latvians voted to join, and on 1 May 2004, Latvia became a member of the EU. Latvia has been a NATO member since 29 March 2004.
1 giorno fa · The history of Latvia began around 9000 BC with the end of the last glacial period in northern Europe. Ancient Baltic peoples arrived in the area during the second millennium BC, and four distinct tribal realms in Latvia 's territory were identifiable towards the end of the first millennium AD.
3 giorni fa · Juli 2021 ist das Land in sieben republikunmittelbare Städte und 36 Bezirksgemeinden (Novads) eingeteilt. Als Allgemeinbegriff bedeutet novadsetwa so viel wie „Region“, so werden die WoiwodschaftenPolens im Litauischen als Novadsbezeichnet, aber seit 2009 bilden die Novadidie kommunale Ebene Litauens.
25 mag 2023 · Latvia, country of northeastern Europe and the middle of the three Baltic states. Latvia, which was occupied and annexed by the U.S.S.R. in June 1940, declared its independence on August 21, 1991. The U.S.S.R. recognized its sovereignty on September 6, and United Nations membership followed shortly thereafter.
2 giorni fa · La Lettonie est un État membre de l' Union européenne depuis le 1er mai 2004 et de la zone euro depuis le 1er janvier 2014. Entre 1991 et 2011, la Lettonie a perdu plus de 23 % de sa population en raison d'un taux de fécondité (nombre d'enfants par femme) extrêmement faible et d'un solde migratoire négatif.