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    Semigallia (redirect from Zemgale)
    Semigallia, also spelt Semigalia (Latvian: Zemgale, German: Semgallen, Lithuanian: Žiemgala, Polish: Semigalia, Livonian: Zemgāl), is one of the Historical...
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    Zemgale Planning Region (Latvian: Zemgales plānošanas reģions) is a planning region of Latvia located within the south-center of the country. Established...
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    Jaunpils (redirect from Jaunpils, Zemgale)
    Jaunpils (German: Neuenburg) is a village in Tukums Municipality in the Semigallia region of Latvia. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Jaunpils. v...
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    distinct from the rest of the country. These are: Kurzeme (Courland), Zemgale, Latgale, Vidzeme, and Sēlija (Selonia). While some of these regions are...
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  • HK Zemgale/LBTU is a Latvian professional ice hockey team that plays in the Latvian Hockey Higher League. The team is based in Jelgava and play their...
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    Zemgale Suburb (Latvian: Zemgales priekšpilsēta) is one of six administrative districts of Riga, the capital of Latvia. 56°55′13″N 24°03′58″E / 56.9203°N...
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    The Zemgale Olympic Center (Latvian: Zemgales Olimpiskais centrs) is a multi-sports complex located in Jelgava, Latvia. It contains many facilities including...
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  • participants to nine teams – six from Latvia and three from Lithuania. Zemgale/LLU were the defending champions and won the title for the second season...
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  • club that is based in Jelgava. The club plays its home-matches at the Zemgales Olimpiskais Sporta Centrs stadium with capacity of 1,560 people. Until...
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  • the 2024–25 season. Mestis got a new team, HK Zemgale/LLU, from Latvia for the 2022–23 season. HK Zemgale had never played in a Finnish league before and...
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