Liepaja


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a city of southwestern Latvia on the Baltic Sea

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to manage the landscape inventory of the current state in 32 green spaces located in Liepaja, Jelgava, Rezekne and Valmiera;
It is my understanding that Igo is from Liepaja and was a key figure in the rock scene there; however, are you not from Cesis?
Speaking about the game in Greece, Romanov said: "I couldn't imagine such refereeing in my worst nightmares, when the referee told us openly that we didn't pay him for some game in Liepaja, so therefore he would bury us now.
Right on the picturesque Baltic Sea shore lies a derelict and forgotten land of empty nuclear rocket storehouses, bunkers and abandoned multi-storey houses, shaping the landscape of Karaosta, the former sealed military zone in Liepaja, Latvia.
STOCKHOLM, Sweden -- A decision was made to initiate negotiations concerning the relocation of Trelleborg's (STO:TRELB) production from the Trelleborg Wheel Systems unit in Hadsten, Denmark, to a new unit in Liepaja, Latvia.
Byline: DAVID COLLINS Special Correspondent, in Liepaja, Latvia
LIEPAJA - A commemoration ceremony took place in Liepaja (southwestern Latvia) on April 10, in honor of U.
SV Salzburg will fancy their chances of advancing to the Europa League group stages and they look tempting 8-15 shots to begin their campaign with a win at Latvian opponents Metalurgs Liepaja.
Aberdeen will also know their fate today and Ebbe Skovdahl would prefer to take his team to Ireland or the Faroes to take on Bohemians or GI Gotu respectively than to head for Eastern Europe where Metalurgs Liepaja of Latvia or Zalgiris Vilnius of Lithuania lie in wait.
Lattelekom's Call Centers are accessible all over the country and are currently located in Cesis, Rezekne and Liepaja.
The British Ambassador to Latvia Andrew Soper visited the 'Saratov' ship memorial at Liepaja port on March 15, thus symbolically reminding of the historical cooperation between Latvia and Great Britain since Latvian first gained independence, reports LETA.
The port of Liepaja was converted into a Soviet naval base in 1965, and development there has been delayed by the slow withdrawal of the military and continuing presence of the Russian Baltic fleet.
This is evidenced by the fact that since 2000, FBK Kaunas and FK Ekranas have won every edition of the A-lyga; in Latvia Skonto, Liepaja Metalurgs and Ventspils have won every Virsliga since the country regained independence in 1991, and in Estonia, Flora and Ekranas have won all but one of the Meistriliiga titles between 1997 and present.
Tenders are invited for Reconstruction of Liepaja Water treatment plant EU.