Palanga

What is Palanga known for?


major oil

neighboring the Baltic Sea have been concerned about this, since a major oil leak in a seagoing tanker would be disastrous for the Baltic—given the slow exchange of water. The tourism industry surrounding the Baltic Sea is naturally concerned about oil pollution. * Jūrmala, Latvia * Palanga, Lithuania * Nida, Lithuania Water quality has also been an issue. The city of Kaunas, with a population of about 400,000, had no water purification plant until 1999; sewage was sent directly into the Neman River. Tertiary wastewater (Sewage treatment) treatment is scheduled to come on-line in 2007. Wastewater treatment in Kaunas River and lake pollution are other legacies of Soviet carelessness with the environment. The Courland Lagoon, for example, separated from the Baltic Sea by a strip of high dunes and pine forests, is about 85 percent contaminated. Beaches in the Baltic resorts, such as the well-known vacation area of Palanga, are frequently closed for swimming because of contamination. Forests affected by acid rain are found in the vicinity of Jonava, Mažeikiai, and Elektrėnai, which are the chemical, oil, and power-generation centers. Lithuania was among the first former Soviet republics (Republics of the Soviet Union) to introduce environmental regulations. However, because of Moscow's emphasis on increasing production and because of numerous local violations, technological backwardness, and political apathy, serious environmental problems now exist. - 5. WikiPedia:Palanga Commons:Category:Palanga


public performance

was the notary, Jonas Kentra. Following the Lithuanian press ban of 1864, Palanga became an important location for the smuggling of Lithuanian publications (Knygnešiai) from the west. The Rev. Marcijonas Jurgaitis, physician Liudas Vaineikis, and notary Jonas Kentra, played significant roles in this activity. After Kentra obtained official permission, a public performance featuring the comedy, ''Amerika pirtyje'' (America in the Bath), was performed in the Lithuanian language. This had previously not been permitted. However, later the Tsarist authorities deported Vaineikis and twenty-five other people to Siberia in 1901. WikiPedia:Palanga Commons:Category:Palanga


historic images

lithuania palanga palanga.html Historic images of Palanga *Palanga for tourists Category:Cities in Klaipėda County Category:Cities in Lithuania Category:Seaside resorts in Lithuania (Category:Palanga) Category:Municipalities administrative centres of Lithuania Category:Kreis Grobin thumb Pedestrian pier at Palanga (Image:Palangos tiltas1.jpg), the most popular sea


performance featuring

was the notary, Jonas Kentra. Following the Lithuanian press ban of 1864, Palanga became an important location for the smuggling of Lithuanian publications (Knygnešiai) from the west. The Rev. Marcijonas Jurgaitis, physician Liudas Vaineikis, and notary Jonas Kentra, played significant roles in this activity. After Kentra obtained official permission, a public performance featuring the comedy, ''Amerika pirtyje'' (America in the Bath), was performed in the Lithuanian language


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. The romance and subsequent marriage caused considerable turmoil in both families, and as a result they moved to Hamilton, Ontario in 1912. Saul was born in Hamilton on December 31. He had two siblings, an older sister, Grace, who went to work as a dancer at the Radio City Music Hall, and a younger brother Jackie who had a long career in Canadian show business. The three worked in vaudeville in Canada in the 1920s under the name "the three little Raes of Sunshine&quot

;. Summer capitals around the world Palanga is usually named as the summer capital of Lithuania. The cities started to form in the 13th-14th century together with the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. The first city to receive city rights was Klaipėda. According to medieval law, a city could have its own fairs, taverns, guilds, courts, etc. Some former cities lost their status are now just towns or villages, for example Kernavė or Merkinė. Most of the cities in Lithuania


extensive collection

an oak tree planted by President Antanas Smetona. The palace, now the Palanga Amber Museum, has an extensive collection of amber jewelry and other artifacts. Symphonic concerts as well as other musical festivals and events take place in the summer, usually in the evening. Location thumb The beach in Palanga (Image:Palanga Beach.jpg) Palanga is a resort town through which the Šventoji (Šventoji River (Baltic)) and Rąžė (Samogitian (Samogitian language): ''Ronžē'') Rivers flow


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with car documents in Airport Cafe on the first floor. For more information please contact Airport Cafe tel. fax (+370 460) 51392. Passengers coming by own car, can park auto in a paid place for long parking. For more information contact Airport Cafe on the first floor (+370 460) 51392. By bus The buses on the Airport - Palanga - Airport route run approximately every hour every day (even in the late hours). For more information phone (+370 460) 52020. They cost 2 LTL one way. The bus

stop is not the one in front of the terminal but on the roadside 20m further. For bus schedule on route Klaipeda - Palanga - Klaipeda contact the Klaipeda bus station (+370 46) 411547 or Palanga bus station tel.: (+370 460) 53333. For bus schedule on route Liepaja (Latvia) - Airport - Palanga - Airport - Liepaja contact Liepaja bus station tel.: (+371 34) 27552 or Palanga bus station tel.: (+370 460) 53333. Palanga is one of the stops on the Klaipeda - Riga bus route. This bus also

calls at Liepaja. (Note that the buses from Klaipeda to Riga Airport via Siauliai do not call at Palanga or Liepaja.) By taxi Taxi is available in front of the airport terminal. A trip to Palanga city takes 10 min and costs about 20 to 40 Lt (€6-12) or to Klaipėda takes about 30 min. Price about 40 Lt (€12). A trip from to Liepaja (Latvia) takes about 1 hour 20 min. and costs about 200 Lt (€60). Taxi tel.: (+370 46) 345 345 (Klaipėda), (+371 34) 22222 (Liepaja). By car


prominent modern

equinox thumb 181 px Dancers in national costumes (File:Folk dances.jpg) Some of the most prominent modern village ensembles: Marcinkonys (Varėna dst.), Žiūrai (Varėna dst.), Kalviai-Lieponys (Trakai dst.), Luokė (Telšiai dst.), ''Linkava'' (Linkuva, Pakruojis dst.), ''Šeduviai'' (Šeduva, Radviliškis dst.), Užušiliai (Biržai dst.), Lazdiniai-Adutiškis (Švenčionys dst.). Some of the most prominent town folklore groups: ''Ratilio'', ''Ūla'', ''Jievaras'', ''Poringė'' ( Vilnius


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with car documents in Airport Cafe on the first floor. For more information please contact Airport Cafe tel. fax (+370 460) 51392. Passengers coming by own car, can park auto in a paid place for long parking. For more information contact Airport Cafe on the first floor (+370 460) 51392. By bus The buses on the Airport - Palanga - Airport route run approximately every hour every day (even in the late hours). For more information phone (+370 460) 52020. They cost 2 LTL one way. The bus

stop is not the one in front of the terminal but on the roadside 20m further. For bus schedule on route Klaipeda - Palanga - Klaipeda contact the Klaipeda bus station (+370 46) 411547 or Palanga bus station tel.: (+370 460) 53333. For bus schedule on route Liepaja (Latvia) - Airport - Palanga - Airport - Liepaja contact Liepaja bus station tel.: (+371 34) 27552 or Palanga bus station tel.: (+370 460) 53333. Palanga is one of the stops on the Klaipeda - Riga bus route. This bus also

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show business

. The romance and subsequent marriage caused considerable turmoil in both families, and as a result they moved to Hamilton, Ontario in 1912. Saul was born in Hamilton on December 31. He had two siblings, an older sister, Grace, who went to work as a dancer at the Radio City Music Hall, and a younger brother Jackie who had a long career in Canadian show business. The three worked in vaudeville in Canada in the 1920s under the name "the three little Raes of Sunshine"

Palanga

'''Palanga''' ( Officially Palanga has the status of a city municipality and includes Šventoji (Šventoji, Lithuania), Nemirseta, Būtingė and other settlements, which are considered as part of the city of Palanga.

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