Dundaga


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Dundaga

 

an urban-type settlement in Talsy Raion, Latvian SSR. Dundaga is located in the northwestern part of the republic, 40 km north of the Ugale station on the Riga-Ventspils railroad line. The settlement is noted for its lumber industry and the production of souvenirs.

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RIGA, Aug 22 (LETA) - Around 350 residents of the western Latvian municipalities of Dundaga and Kolka took part in a demonstration staged on Thursday in protest to the Dundaga regional council's management style and to demand Aldis Pinkens' reinstatement as head of the Kolka municipal administration, Mara Abaja, a representative of the protest's organizers, told LETA.
kuosk, kuosk 'gro[beta]es Stuck abgeschal ter Tannenrinde zum Dachdecken'; Kurland Lorsupe [o] (Fluss, Sarkanmuiza); Loremupe [o] (Dundaga); Nokviga [o] (Tal, Dundaga).
At the beginning of the 20th century, they belonged to two manors: Pope and Dundaga. During the given research 11 Livonian villages were surveyed and evaluated (in brackets the Liv names of the villages are given): Vaide (Vaid), Saunags (Sanag), Pitrags (Pitrog), Kosrags (Kostrog), Mazirbe (Ira), Sikrags (Sikrog), Jaunciems (Uzkila), Lielirbe (Ira), Mikeltornis (Piza), Luzna (Luz), Ovisi (Patikmo) (Zirnite, 2011) (Figs 2 and 3).
But Dundaga wouldn't hear of it, for the morning was near.
RIGA, Aug 22 (LETA) - Around 150 residents of the western Latvian municipalities of Dundaga and Kolka took part in a demonstration staged on Thursday in protest to the Dundaga regional council's management style, Mara Abaja, a representative of the protest's organizers, told LETA.
The History of the Research and Current Challenges" (--[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]; "Dundaga Parish Oronyms (Hill Names) of Livonian Origin in Juris Plakis' Latvian Toponym Publication" (--ESUKA 5-1 2014.
Ojars Buss gibt in seiner Studie "Dundaga parish oronyms (hill names) of Livonian origin in Juris Plakis' Latvian toponym publication" (S.
Nur in einem Ort um die Stadt Wenden (Vonnu/Cesis) (aber nicht in Dundaga, wie falschlicherweise bei Koski, S.