Latvia celebrates its National day twice a year, on November 18 and May 4. Why so? Do we have a
On April 24 friends of Latvia and Mark Rothko worldwide celebrated his symbolical return to his
Singing, dancing, and culture in all its forms are part of the day to day life in Latvia. But there is one
Easter is a special time, universally enjoyed in Latvia, regardless of people’s religious beliefs.
It was February last year when Latvia had the biggest foreign attention in a long time. The media, mainly
January usually comes with well-meant wishes for the New Year. But January in Latvia also comes with
There’s a Latvian riddle that goes like this - “What is white at both ends and green in
I guess if there is one thing that Latvia can’t complain about, it is having a boring history.
Autumn has always been known as a fruitful time – both literally and metaphorically. Schools fill up with