Letóña

Letóña, herateéva Letóña Tavakuairetã (letoñañe’ẽme, Latvijas Republika) ha’e peteĩ tetã hekosãsóva ojejuhúva Európa Yvatépe, oĩva Európa Joajúpe.[1] Letóña oguereko 1.912.789 tetãygua (2019 jave), ha iñe’ẽ ha’e letoñañe’ẽ.[2][3] Itavusu ha’e Rríga, oguerekóva 701.185 tavaygua (ary 2014 jave).[4][5]

Letóña poyvi.

Mandu’apykuéra

  1. https://glosbe.com/es/gn/letonia
  2. https://datos.bancomundial.org/indicador/SP.POP.TOTL?locations=LV
  3. https://www.educations.es/study-guides/europe/study-in-latvia/language-13499
  4. https://glosbe.com/es/gn/riga
  5. https://nomada.uy/guide/view/cities/282


Európa

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