Dagda


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Dagda

 

an urban-type settlement in Kraslava Raion, Latvian SSR. Located on the shore of Lake Dagda, 29 km north of the Skaista railway station on the Daugavpils-Vitebsk line. Population. 3.000(1970). Dagda has a distillery, a woodworking factory, and a creamery.

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