Ventspils
or German Windau geographical name city & port Latvia at mouth of the Venta population 50,400

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  • Ventspils — (dt.: Windau) …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • VENTSPILS — (Ger. Windau; Rus. Vindava), city in N.W. Latvia. Under czarist rule Ventspils was a town in the province of courland . Jewish settlement was authorized in 1795 after Courland was annexed to Russia. Some Jews from Lithuania and the German states… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Ventspils — Latvian Cities name=Ventspils Coa=Coat of Arms of Ventspils.svg Caption=Livonian castle rebuilt into a prison in 1832. citysince=1378 location n1=57 n2=25 e1=21 e2=32 othernames=Vǟnta, Windau, Windawa Mayor=Aivars Lembergs nrofmembers=13… …   Wikipedia

  • Ventspils — Original name in latin Ventspils Name in other language VNT, Ventspils, Vindau, Vindava, Wentspils, Windau, Вентспилс State code LV Continent/City Europe/Riga longitude 57.38944 latitude 21.56056 altitude 11 Population 42644 Date 2013 07 07 …   Cities with a population over 1000 database

  • Ventspils — ▪ Latvia German  Windau,  Russian  Vindava,         city and port, western Latvia. It lies at the mouth of the Venta River on the Baltic Sea coast. A settlement existed there in the 2nd millennium BC, and by the 10th century AD it was inhabited… …   Universalium

  • Ventspils — Windau * * * Vẹntspils   [v ], russisch Wẹntspils, 1721 1918 russisch Wịndawa, deutsch Wịndau, Stadt in Lettland, an der Mündung der Windau (Venta) in die Ostsee, 46 700 Einwohner; Meeresfischereimuseum; Fischkonserven , Holz verarbeitende… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Ventspils — Sp Veñtspilis Ap Ventspils L Latvija …   Pasaulio vietovardžiai. Internetinė duomenų bazė

  • Ventspils — Admin ASC 1 Code Orig. name Ventspils Country and Admin Code LV.32 LV …   World countries Adminstrative division ASC I-II

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