Ainaži

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Ainaži

 

(previously Hainasch), town in the Limbaži Raion of the Latvian SSR, on the eastern shore of the Gulf of Riga, near the border with the Estonian SSR. Ainaži is a station on a narrow-gauge railroad and has a population of 2,100 (1967). Fisheries are located in Ainazi, and it was a center of the Latvian wooden sailboat industry in the 19th century.

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Doing so was necessary, for example, for three grid points in the vicinity of the Estonian-Latvian border near Ikla and Ainazi (Fig.
Climatological data were obtained from the Latvian Environment, Geology, and Meteorology Centre for the Ainazi, Rezekne, Riga, and Ventspils meteorological stations.
The fishes were caught with the gillnet or pelagic trawl by fishermen of the Estonian Marine Institute, University of Tartu, in the course of monitoring fish catches from the Baltic Sea (east of Osmussaar Island and in the vicinity of Krassi Island, Gulf of Finland; in Parnu Bay and west of Ainazi, Gulf of Riga) (Fig.
The next treaty from 1276 established a new border along the line from Rozeni at the River Salaca to Ainazi.