How come Latvia doesn't have any culture?
PS I'm not American, I'm French actually.
Latvia has a shitton of culture but Latvians don't.
Research Livonians, the Teutonic Order, and other general Baltic shit for actual history and culture.
It's the culture of the region, doesn't necessarily have to be the culture of the native people.
I'd consider English etiquette to be part of English culture even if it was forced upon the aristocracy by the Norman French.
I don't see what's so controversial about what I'm saying
But Latvia does have it's own culture.
It's based on paganism. Also America LITERALLY has no culture.
Tiny ones are probably cold and barren, as far as big ones go I think one is called Harjuu or Hiiu or something and it's just like the rest of Estonia.
Åland is between Sweden and Finland and is a popular vacation spot, rich Fennoswedes on an island basically.
Gotland is the big island right east of Sweden, lot of sailing to do and fun linguistics things but nothing touristy to see, just sheep and cool scenery. Visby is nice.
Öland is the long strip right next to Sweden, not much to see but pretty comfy.
Bornholm (not on map) is a Danish tourist trap but there's cool history shit so if that's your thing you might like it.
Other islands are irrelevant.
ebaviisakas on eeldada, et kõik räägivad sinuga keeles, millest sa aru saad. eriti lehel, kus rahvuskeelte rääkimine on justkui iseenesestmõistetav.
peksa pihku kuradi väärakas, sinul ja su riigil pole mitte sittagi vastu panna soome-ugri kultuurile
sa oled ajaloota rahva tähtsusetu liige
what are you talking about those three baltic countries have a lot of culture and historicity behind them
it ain't always about 'oui oui eiffel baguette' anon, sometimes its the little things like folk culture that makes a land worthy
I meant greeting people by asking how their day was, trying to spark conversations with strangers about football or politics, and just generally smiling and being positive to others. It's nice.
those small frying pans have eggs and braised meat inside
also meat is too heavy for breakfast imo
People on 4chan tend to have a very distorted idea of what culture actually is, m8.
>The arts, beliefs, customs, institutions, and other products of human work and thought considered as a unit, especially with regard to a particular time or social group
>How come Latvia doesn't have any culture?
>I'm French actually