This article is about town 'Lubāna' of Latvia. For the Lubana caste, see Labana.


Coat of arms

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
  Mayor Tālis Salenieks
  Total 4.394 km2 (1.697 sq mi)
  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 ( 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

Hugo Celmiņš, Prime Minister of Latvia.

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