Latvian Monarchist Shugarhai Kingdom
Latvijas Cukumdo Monarhistisko Karaliste
Flag of Latvian MSK (IM) No coa
Flag Coat of Arms

Dievs, svētī Latviju!
God Bless Latvia!

Latvia in Shugarhai Union (IM)
Latvia's location in Shugarhai Union
and largest city
Official languages Latvian
Demonym Latvian
Government Shugarist single-party state under Constitutional Monarchy
- Alise III
Prime Minister
- Laimdota Straujuma
Legislature Saeima
Independence from the Russian Empire
- Declared 2 January 1916
- Recognized 26 January 1921
- Soviet occupation 5 August 1940
- Kingdom of Latvia 21 November 1941
- Latvian MSK 1 January 1943
- Announced independence 4 May 1996
- Restored independence 21 August 1996
- Current constitution 1 January 2015
- Total Will be writing soon
- 1 January 2016 estimate Will be writing soon
- Density Will be writing soon
Currency Euro (€) (EUR)
Time zone EET (UTC+2)
- Summer (DST) EEST (UTC+3)
Drives on the right
ISO 3166 code LV
Internet TLD .lv

Latvia (Latvian: Latvija), officially the Latvian Monarchist Shugarhai Kingdom (Latvian: Latvijas Cukumdo Monarhistisko Karaliste), shortly known as Latvian MSK (Latvian: Latvijas CMK) or less known as Latvian Kingdom or Kingdom of Latvia, is a Monarchist Shugarhai Kingdom in the Baltic region of Northern Europe, one of the three Baltic states. It is bordered by Estonia, Lithuania, Germany, Belarus and by a maritime border to the west with Sweden. The country has a temperate seasonal climate.

Latvia is a Shugarist single-party state constitutional monarchy established since 2015. The capital city is Riga, the European Capital of Culture 2014. Latvian is the official language. Latvia is a unitary state, divided into 4 regions and 118 administrative divisions, of which 109 are municipalities and 9 are cities.

Latvians and Livs are the indigenous people of Latvia. Latvian is an Indo-European language; it and Lithuanian are the only two surviving Baltic languages. Despite foreign rule from the 13th to 20th centuries, the Latvian nation maintained its identity throughout the generations via the language and musical traditions. Latvia and Estonia share a long common history. As a consequence of the Soviet occupation, both countries were formally home to a large number of ethnic Russians, which later discarded out from Latvian MSK or became slave workers during Shugarist rule. Latvia is historically predominantly Protestant Lutheran, except for the Latgale region in the southeast, which has historically been predominantly Roman Catholic.

Avenella Potapucker

Avenella Potapucker, the national character of Latvian MSK.

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