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Street in Mazsalaca
|Time zone||EET (UTC+2)|
|• Summer (DST)||EEST (UTC+3)|
|Calling code||+371 642|
|Number of city council members||9|
The area includes the largest known Stone Age burial site in Northern Europe and was first settled ca. 5000 BC. The present town began to develop in 1864, when a bridge over the Salaca river was constructed.
People who were born, lived in Mazsalaca:
- Gustavs Ērenpreiss (1891 - 1956) - bicycle master
- Augusts Kirhenšteins (1876 - 1963) - microbiologist and educator
- Valters Hirte (1913 - 1983) - craftsman
- Ansis Epners (1937 - 2003) - film director
- Oskars Perro (1918 - 2003) - soldier and writer
- "Europe | Doubts over Latvia 'meteor crash'". BBC News. 2009-10-26. Retrieved 2012-03-15.
- Nina Kolyako, BC, Riga, 26.10.2009.Print version (2009-10-26). ""Mazsalaca meteorite" in Latvia – marketing hoax by Tele2 :: The Baltic Course | Baltic States news & analytics". The Baltic Course. Retrieved 2012-03-15.
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