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Latvia is a country in the Baltic region of Northern Europe. It is bordered to the north by Estonia to the south by Lithuania, east of the Russian Federation, south by Belarus and shares borders with Sweden. With 2,229,641 inhabitants including places such as (Jurmala and Lielupe) and an area of 64,589 km2, It is one of the least populated and least densely populated of the European Union. But Latvia investment properties is lucky for some.
The Latvians are people related to the culture of the Baltic, to the Estonians and Lithuanians. Latvians are the indigenous people of Latvia and they speak Latvian, an Indo-European language with Lithuania and the only two surviving members of the Baltic branch. Minority languages are indigenous Finno-Ugric Livonia Latgalian and almost extinct. In terms of geography territory and population, Latvia is the middle of the three Baltic states: Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.
Latvia shares its story with Estonia, over time the German, Polish, Lithuanian, Swedish, Russian, German Nazi and Soviet rule, the Christianization of the 13th century and 16th century Protestant Reformation. Both countries are home to many Russians (27.4% in Latvia and 26% in Estonia), some of whom are not citizens.
Latvia has a history of mainly Protestant, with the exception of South Latgale region that has historically been predominantly Roman Catholic.
Latvia is a unitary republic of Parliament and is divided into 118 administrative districts, 109 municipalities and cities in nine years. There are five planning regions: Courland (Kurzeme), Latgalian (Latgale), Riga (Riga), Vidzeme and Zemgale. The Republic of Latvia was founded November 18, 1918. It was occupied and annexed by the Soviet Union between 1940-1941 and 1945-1991 and by Nazi Germany from 1941 to 1945. The event “Baltic Chain”, August 23, 1989 resulted in the independence of the Baltic States. Latvia declared the restoration of its de facto independence from August 21, 1991.
Latvia is a member of the United Nations, European Union, Council of Europe, NATO, OSCE and WTO, and was a member of the League of Nations (1921-1946). Latvia is a member of the Council of Baltic Sea States and, in cooperation with Estonia and Lithuania, participates in trilateral Baltic States and the Nordic-Baltic cooperation.