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Intangible cultural heritage (ICH) is a source of cultural affiliation, identity and self-awareness. It includes forms of customs, games and oral expression, knowledge and skills, and related instruments, objects, artifacts and cultural spaces, which are recognised by the communities, groups and, in some cases, individual, as part of their cultural heritage.
Weaving With The Peteris Viļumsons’ Rapier-type Looms (2020)

The Pēteris Viļumsons’ rapier-type looms can be seen as a recognition mark for the development of loom structures in the territory of Latvia at the beginning of the 20 th century.

Traditional craft skills;
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The Tradition Of Crafting And Playing The “Dūru” Zither (2020)

At the beginning of the 20 th century, the local Latvian masters at the end of the 20 th century formed the Latvian masters in the late 20 th century.

Games/performatīvās mākslas; Traditional craft skills;
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Glass Blowing In Livani (2020)

Glass blowing cannot be just a job, it must also be a heart. Work with hot glass masses for glass blowers requires not only...

Traditional craft skills;
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Knitting of Patterned Double Mittens in Mazsalaca (2020)

In Mazsalaca, a double-knit is called when the mitten is knitted both inside and outside, only with the opposite colours.

Traditional craft skills;
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May Singing Services By Wayside Crosses In Northern Latgale (2020)

The May singing continues to be an integral part of the spiritual vertical of the people of Northern Latgale.

Oral tradition and expressions, including the language as an intangible cultural heritage carrier;
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The Traditional Wedding Ritual Of The Eastern Orthodox Believers Of The Pededze Parish (2019)

Not only did the Russian and Seth ethnic group representatives, but also a significant number of Latvian families. That's what happened...

Oral tradition and expressions, including the language as an intangible cultural heritage carrier; Customs, rituals, festivals; Games/performatīvās mākslas;
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