Preili
Preili Prelli   Distance from Riga 204 km (A6, P63)   The first Jews settled here in the early 19th century. The Jewish population of the town in 1847 consisted of 284 people. By 1897, their number increased to 1,375. A Jewish school and 4 synagogues were opened in Preili in ...

Rezekne
Rezekne Rositten   Distance from Riga 242 km (A6, A12)   The earliest written records of the Jews in the locality are dated 1712. The Jewish community of Rezekne was formed in the last quarter of the 18th century. It deserved to be mentioned that eight blocks especially designated for the ...

Riga
Riga   The earliest written records of the Jewish traders, arrived in Riga, are dated back in the late 15th–early 16th century. Originally, the Jews were not allowed to live in the inner city. The first three Jewish families were granted permission to settle in the suburbs of ...

Sablie
Sabile Zabbeln   Distance from Riga 126 km (A10, P130)   The first records of the Jews in the town are dated in the early 19th century. The Chevra Kadisha was registered in Sabile in 1809. By 1891, the total population of the town reached 1,400 people, including 873 Jews. By that ...

Talsi
Talsi Talsen   Distance from Riga 1115 km (P120, A10)   The Jewish community was formed in mid-19th century, when a synagogue, a private minyan, and a Beit Midrash started functioning. By 1881, the local Jewish community had 1,398 members, which made up 41% of the total population of the town. ...

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