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Ludza

 

a city, the administrative center of Ludza Raion, Latvian SSR. Located in the eastern part of the republic and surrounded by lakes. Ludza has a railroad station on the Rezekne-Velikie Luki line, 248 km southeast of Riga. The Metallist Factory, a flax-processing plant, a dairy, a poultry combine, and a logging and timber distribution establishment are there. A museum of local lore is in Ludza.

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Print notice of intended contract purchase of building materials, repair materials for the needs of ludza municipality authorities
The authors conducted the analysis of the budgets of 11 municipalities in Latvia--four cities: Liepaja, Jurmala, Jekabpils and Jelgava, and 7 municipalities which included both the town and rural territories: Cesis, Balvi, Ludza, Kuldiga, Aluksne, Valka and Tukums.
Landscapes and scenes of Latgale's small towns like Ludza, Kraslava, Dagda, Vilani and Balvi, among others, are the dominant motifs of his paintings.
Trusman in his analysis of village names in the surroundings of Ludza and Rezekne has also suggested this explanation (TpycMaH 1897 : 216).
In the present paper, an analysis is conducted on the energy efficient chip-fuelled district heating boiler plant in Ludza town.
Contract award notice: Purchase of furniture, Equipment and equipment from ludza city gymnasium and ludza service hotel (latvia-ludza: Furniture (incl office furniture), Furnishings, Household appliances (excluding lighting) and cleaning products)
Still, in addition to Livonian and Latvian it was also characteristic of the Lutsi South Estonian pocket in the vicinity of Ludza in south-eastern Latvia.
In a rural town such as Ludza, in eastern Latvia, the owner of the same size apartment would have a tax of 1.
Contract award notice: Supply of foodstuffs for the needs of ludza municipality authorities in the city.