Officials said they were looking into possible construction code violations.LETA said the roof collapse caused the largest loss of life since the country gained independence from the former Soviet Union in 1991. 23, 2007, a fire engulfed a nursing home building in Alsunga, killing 26 people.The death toll from the collapse of a roof at a supermarket in Riga, Latvia, has risen to 47, officials said late Friday afternoon.Six of the dead have not yet been identified, the LETA news agency reported.The treasures of Latvian nature are accessible to everyone, as the main objects of value are the property of the state.In our country, one can freely access rivers and lakes, the sea and the forests...
Local media said the weight of soil from a rooftop garden installation may have contributed to the first collapse.
Now halfway through the first year of a DIT degree in Print and Digital Media Technology Management, she amassed enough money last summer to get her through two years of her four-year course. Plans to increase the registration fees for college will set her back by a year, but the determined young woman believes that education is paramount to her future and will not be stopped from achieving her goal.
A resident of Ledwidge Crescent in Bray, Inga was raised to appreciate the profound value of education. There is no future for people in Latvia,' she said.
My mum doesn't know about it yet.' The uncertainty of the situation is a source of stress for the hard-working student.
To say that Latvia boasts pristine nature is no exaggeration, which means that many options are available for green tourism from simple walks in the woods to special offerings for bird-watchers, hunters and friends and connoisseurs of nature.