Valmiera

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Valmiera

  1. A historical city in central north Latvia, the largest city in the Vidzeme region.

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Latvian[edit]

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Valmiera (Latvijā)

Etymology[edit]

Via various forms (Waldemer, Wolmaria, Wolmahr, Vladimirec, Wolmar), ultimately from the male name Waldemar (Germanic) or Vladimir (Slavic). Some consider this to be the name of the 13th-century Danish king Valdemar the Great; others, that of the 13th-century Prince of Pskov, Vladimir Mstislavič.

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Valmiera f ‎(4th declension)

  1. Valmiera (a city in Latvia, in the Vidzeme region)
    Valmiera ir viena no senākajām Latvijas pilsētāmValmiera is one of the oldest cities of Latvia
    2011. gadā Valmierā dzīvoja 25 130 iedzīvotāji — in the year 2011, 25 130 inhabitants lived in Valmiera
    Valmieras Kultūras centrs — the Culture Centre of Valmiera

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