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Viesturs Orden

The "Viesturs Orden" was instituted on July 12th, 1938 bij the Latvian President Karlis Ulmanis and named after the Historcal Latvian King Viestur. After the Soviet occupation, the Latvian Sovier Republic abolished the decoration and in 2004 the Latvian Republic re-established the award.

The order has three honor medals (bronze, silver and gold) and five classes, at first known as V. until I. Class, later as Knight, Officer, Commander, Grand Officer and Grand Cross.

Subonderscheidingen

Order of Viesturs, I. Class/Grand Cross
Viesturs Orden, I. Class/Grand CrossOrder of Viesturs, I. Class/Grand Cross
In the database: 1
Issued:unknown
Order of Viesturs, II. Class/Grand Officer
Viesturs Orden, II. Class/Grand OfficerOrder of Viesturs, II. Class/Grand Officer
In the database: 2
Issued:unknown
Order of Viesturs, III. Class/Commander
Viesturs Orden, III. Class/CommanderOrder of Viesturs, III. Class/Commander
In the database: 4
Issued:unknown
Order of Viesturs, IV. Class/Officer
Viesturs Orden, IV. Class/OfficerOrder of Viesturs, IV. Class/Officer
In the database: 2
Issued:unknown
Order of Viesturs, V. Class/Knight
Viesturs Orden, V. Class/KnightOrder of Viesturs, V. Class/Knight
In the database: 0
Issued:unknown
Order of Viesturs, Gold Medal
Viesturs Orden, Gold MedalOrder of Viesturs, Gold Medal
In the database: 0
Issued:unknown
Order of Viesturs, Silver Medal
Viesturs Orden, Silver MedalOrder of Viesturs, Silver Medal
In the database: 0
Issued:unknown
Order of Viesturs, Bronze Medal
Viesturs Orden, Bronze MedalOrder of Viesturs, Bronze Medal
In the database: 0
Issued:unknown

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