Latvian Brazilian (Portuguese: Letono-brasileiro, Letão brasileiro) is a Brazilian person of full, partial, or predominantly Latvian ancestry, or a Latvian-born person residing in Brazil.
Brazilians of Latvian origin amount to around 20 thousand, being the largest Latvian community of South America.
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