Do Latvia have rainforests?

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No, we have only trees like pine trees, oak, linden trees and many others. So, no rainforests
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Where is Latvia?

Looking for Latvia . According to the Britannica Concise Encyclopedia, Latvia is a "country in northeastern Europe, along the shores of the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Riga." For a map that'll give you a visual explanation of the above, see the Related Link. And to read more about Latvia on, see the Related Link. Latvia is in north-eastern Europe, by the Baltic Sea.

When was Latvia founded?

Latvia was first declared a sovereign state, the Republic of Latvia, on November 18 1918. From 1940 through to the end of World War II, Latvia was occupied first by forces of the Soviet Union, then Nazi Germany and, at the end of the war, was again under Soviet occupation. The second Soviet occupation continued until the 1991, when Latvia was able to use the break up of the Soviet Union to re establish its independence.

Who is the President of Latvia?

Andris Bērziņš is the President of Latvia. He became the 8th President of Latvia on 2011 July 8. Bērziņš is formerly a business man, having worked for several joint-stock companies, as well as the Privatization Fund of the Bank of Latvia.

Government of Latvia?

Parliamentary democracy from 1991 Prime-minister - Valdis Dombrovskis (Unity) Coalition ie created by two right-wing parties: Unity and Union of Greens & Farmers

Currency in Latvia?

Latvia's currency is that Lat in paper money or santims in coins. Or in Latvian, Lati or santimi.

Who was the dictator of Latvia?

Latvia (being independent) has had only one dictator. His name is Karlis Ulmanis. After that, being affected by war, Latvia has been in both - Russia's and Germany's jurisdiction.

When is summer in Latvia?

Latvia, being in the northern hemisphere, has summer from June to August, as in the US, Canada, and the rest of Europe.