Figure 1: Breakdown of the listed cultural monuments of Latvia by typological group. Data on 29.09.2017. (Image: S. Zirne)
Figure 2: Breakdown of the listed archaeological monuments of Latvia by type. Data on 29.09.2017. (Image: S. Zirne)
Figure 3: Ludza medieval castle. Local pupils take part in excavations carried out by Ltd 'Archeo' in 2017. (Image: U. Kalējs)
Figure 4: Tempļakalns (Temple hill) hillfort. Local pupils take part in excavations carried out by Ltd 'Archeo' in 2017 (Image: U. Kalējs)
Figure 5: Destroyed burial mounds at Daņilovka (Eastern part of Latvia) in 2015 (Image: V. Platpīre)
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