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... Russian could not even become the official second language. Here are a few examples of what remains from the Soviet era.
SOVIET STYLE RADISSON BLU
RIGA PRESS BUILDING is now abandoned
RIGA RADIO AND TV TOWER
ACADEMY OF THE SCIENCES. A copy of the Empire State built in the 1950s with the Latvians' financing. ...
... from Vilnius about this commemeration. On 23 August 1989, two million Lithuanians, Latvians and Estonians joined hands in a human chain stretching over 400 miles between Vilnius (Lituania), Riga (Lativa), and Tallinn (Estonia), to protest the anniversary of the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact between the Nazis and Soviet Union.
... worse, Čili Pica, you'll be fine! We decided to turn in early; I had to work on Monday, and Jop had to go scout Sigulda ("Latvian Switzerland") for me.
DIY without a manual
For Monday's dinner, Jop had picked the location: Terra. Unique selling point: vegetarian options on the menu. It turned out to be a hipster "assemble your own buckweat and lentil sprouts salad"-place. Unsurprisingly, waitress #1 backed away quickly when we asked her ...
... I acknowledged him but I could smell the alcohol on his breath and he seemed that he was drunk. He started asking me something in Latvian but I just said "Nah (It means no)." He walked away for awhile and came back but after some time, I figured that he was of no harm and did not try to worry about it. With leaving this preoccupation behind, Liva miraculously came through the arrivals section door and I yelled her named really loud and she spun around in a circle ...
... the Baltics). I had a Latvian Beetroot soup (similar to the Russian Borsch) which was served cold, then porc filet with a massive baked potatoe and a cocktail that had Black Balsam in it, all very tasty and for only CHF34.-.
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