Auce


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Auce

 

a city in the Dobele Raion in the Latvian SSR. It is a railroad station 100 km southwest of Riga. The population was 4,800 in 1969. There is a factory for ethnic knitted articles. Auce came into being in the 1890’s and became a city in 1924.

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