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In Latvia, there's always something to celebrate

27.05.2011 | TwinCities.com

Ah, Latvia. Still undisturbed by mass tourism, this small Baltic nation is working hard to shed its dreary image from Soviet times.

Ah, Latvia. Still undisturbed by mass tourism, this small Baltic nation is working hard to shed its dreary image from Soviet times. A short visit reveals its lively, captivating energy.

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