Postal codes of Latvia are formed with a 4-digit code. However, it uses ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 mandatory country code standard. The format of postal codes in Latvia is LV-NNNN.
Latvia is a Sovereign country which is situated in Northern Europe's Baltic region. This country has a near border with Lithuania, Estonia, Belarus, and Russian Federation. It is stretching to the west lies Sweden across the Baltic Sea. The Latvia Territory covers a 64,589 km² area. Riga is the largest city as well as the capital of Latvia. Even more, the country is also a member of the United Nations since 1991. Moreover, it is a member of the European Union since 2004 and a NATO member since March 2004.
The climate of Latvia is influenced by the Gulf Stream that flows across the Atlantic Ocean. The average winter temperature of the country is reasonably mild. The level of precipitation and humidity here is due to the proximity of Latvia to the sea. The average rate of precipitation in Riga is 633 millimeters per year. About 189 days of a year in Riga has precipitation.
People of this country are related to Lithuanians and known as the Baltic people. Even more, the Latvian language is also pretty similar to Lithuanian. The only surviving Baltic People's members at present are Lithuanian and Latvian. However, the modern Latvia name is considered to be originated from the ancient name of Latvia that was Latvji. Overall, Latvia is divided into 26 districts. It is a democratic parliamentary republic.