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Lodges of Latvia

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At this stage, the Grand Lodge of Latvia incorporates 5 Lodges of St. John and 1 Lodge of St. Andrew:

  • “Jāņuguns” – established in 1924, re-established in 1993;
  • “Ziemeļzvaigzne” – established in 1750, re-established in 2002;
  • “Pie Zobena” – established in 1750, re-established in 2002;
  • “Apollo” – established in 1773, re-established in 2006;
  • “Enkurs” – established in 1921, re-established in 2009;
  • "Iter Ad Lucem" re-established in 2008.

Lodges in Latvia work according to different rites:

  • “Jāņuguns” and “Ziemeļzvaigzne” practicing the traditions of regular “Moderns” follow the German AF&AM rite,
  • the lodge “Pie Zobena” follows the von Zinnendorf’s Rite,
  • “Apollo” – Emulation Rite,
  • while “Enkurs” works according to Fessler’s Rite.

The working language of all St. John’s lodges in Latvia is Latvian apart from “Apollo” where works are conducted in English. This Lodge mainly incorporates foreign nationals residing in Latvia and willing to upkeep ties with Freemasonry while living and working away from their own country.

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