Lubāna

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This article is about town 'Lubāna' of Latvia. For the Lubana caste, see Labana.
Lubāna
Town
Flag of Lubāna
Flag
Coat of arms of Lubāna
Coat of arms
Lubāna is located in Latvia
Lubāna
Lubāna
Location in Latvia
Coordinates: 56°54′N 26°43′E / 56.900°N 26.717°E / 56.900; 26.717Coordinates: 56°54′N 26°43′E / 56.900°N 26.717°E / 56.900; 26.717
Country  Latvia
District Lubāna municipality
Town rights 1992
Government
 • Mayor Tālis Salenieks
Area
 • Total 4.394 km2 (1.697 sq mi)
Population
 • Total 1,934
 • Density 440/km2 (1,100/sq mi)
Time zone EET (UTC+2)
 • Summer (DST) EEST (UTC+3)
Postal code LV-4830
Calling code +371 648
Number of city council members 7

Lubāna (About this sound pronunciation ; German: Lubahn) is a Latvian town situated in the district of Madona by the Aiviekste river. It acquired a town status in 1992, and the current population is 1974. Its emblem is a golden duck on a blue background in the top part and 3 waved lines (top part silver, bottom part blue) in the bottom part.

It has a Lutheran church (built 1868-1872) and a Catholic church, 1 nursery school and 1 secondary school.

Notable people[edit]

Hugo Celmiņš, Prime Minister of Latvia.