Ādaži

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Ādaži
Town
Center of Ādaži
Center of Ādaži
Ādaži is located in Latvia
Ādaži
Ādaži
Location in Latvia
Coordinates: 57°05′N 24°19′E / 57.083°N 24.317°E / 57.083; 24.317Coordinates: 57°05′N 24°19′E / 57.083°N 24.317°E / 57.083; 24.317
Country Latvia
DistrictĀdaži District
Town rights2022
Government
 • Chairman of the councilMāris Sprindžuks
Area
 • Total8.8 km2 (3.4 sq mi)
Population
 • Total7,482
 • Density850/km2 (2,200/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+2 (EET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+3 (EEST)
Postal code
LV-2164
Websiteadazi.lv

Ādaži (pronunciation: [ˈaː.da.ʒi]) is a town in Latvia with town rights since 2022. It is the center of the Ādaži District. As of 2022, Ādaži had a population of 7,482 people. Ādaži is on small river Vējupe near river Gauja. Lake Mazais Baltezers is to south from the town.

Ādaži was a small village until 1970s (with population of 303 people in 1965).[1] After, a new farming village was built. In 21th-century, Ādaži grew as cottage village, with some food factories.

A big military camp of NATO is to north from the town.[2]

Roads[change | change source]

Roads from Ādaži: RigaTallinn (A1), Ādaži-Jaunciems (P1), Lapmeži-Ādaži-Baltezers (V50), Ādaži-Garkalne (V46). The nearest railway stations are Garkalne (5 km) and Carnikava (6 km). The center of Riga is 22 km from Ādaži to south.

Gallery[change | change source]

References[change | change source]

  1. Little Latvian Encyclopedia, 1967
  2. NATO Secretary General visits Ādaži Military Base in Latvia nato.int

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