What are common foods in Latvia?

What do Latvian people drink?

Although we prefer a cold brew to get our drink on, many locals long for a shot of something stronger. The most iconic of Latvian booze is Riga Black Balsam (Rīgas Melnais balzams), a potent herbal bitter that looks like used motor oil and which packs a punch at 45% alcohol.

Is Latvia 3rd world?

To put it simply – for us Latvia is the “first country”, the above countries of the EU, European Economic Area and Switzerland are the “second countries” – we are connected to them with special contractual relationships, and all the others are the “third countries”.

Why are Latvians so pretty?

If you’ve ever laid eyes on at least one of them, you’ve probably asked yourself: why are Latvians so beautiful? The answer is simple: genetics and hard work. With the genetics aspect of this, Latvian girls have physical features very typical of this region of Europe.

How hot does it get in Latvia?

The average annual air temperature in Latvia is +5.9°C. The year’s warmest month is July, its average temperature is +17.0°C and average maximum temperature +21.5°C. The coldest months are January and February, when the average temperatures are -4.6 and -4.7°C, and average minimums -7.5 and -7.9°C.

Who is the most famous Latvian?

Famous people from Latvia

  • Ernests Gulbis. Tennis Player. Ernests Gulbis is a Latvian professional tennis player. …
  • Mark Rothko. Painting Artist. …
  • Mikhail Baryshnikov. Ballerina. …
  • Sergei Eisenstein. Film costumer designer. …
  • Vitas. Alternative rock Artist. …
  • Gidon Kremer. Violinist. …
  • Heinz Erhardt. Film Actor. …
  • Mikhail Tal. Chess Player.
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