distance titles (some also count the out of competition 1953 1000m race as a title) and established 16 official Polish distance records and one combination record http: www.pkol.pl pl pages display 14344 Polish Olympic Committee . Curiously several combinations skated at Polish championships were never recognised as being a Polish record due to the combination of distances skated. During her skating career she was member of Stal Elbląg (1950–1953), FSO-Stal Warszawa (1954–1957
) and established 16 official Polish distance records and one combination record http: www.pkol.pl pl pages display 14344 Polish Olympic Committee . Curiously several combinations skated at Polish championships were never recognised as being a Polish record due to the combination of distances skated. During her skating career she was member of Stal Elbląg (1950–1953), FSO-Stal Warszawa (1954–1957) and Sarmata Warszawa (1957–1964). At the 1960 Winter Olympics, she won a silver
Rhys's girlfriend's two dogs - a male and a female" and "The Undefeated", inspired by a poor run of results for the Welsh football team (Wales national football team), is about "underdogs and overdogs". Although of a noble (nobility) Belarusian (Belarusians) stock (szlachta), Josaphat's father had devoted himself to commercial (commerce) pursuits, and held the office of town- councilor
work he was drafted into the Russian army (Imperial Russian Army). However, he was not dispatched to the front and instead was able to receive a silver award of his alma mater the following year. Demobilized, he remained in Russia and taught drawing at various schools to make the living. He was the brother of Michał Kazimierz Pac, the Great Lithuanian Hetman (1667–1682) who sponsored St Peter and St Paul's Church (St. Peter and St. Paul Church (Vilnius)) in Vilnius
Try go karts in one of two tracks: open track at the outskirts of Vilnius or inside track with battery powered karts in Panorama Mall. * WikiPedia:Vilnius Dmoz:Regional Europe Lithuania Localities Vilnius Commons:Category:Vilnius
with more than 10,000 flights be grounded until further notice. "Bombardier Makes Recommendations Following Recent Q400 Aircraft Right Main Landing Gear Incidents." ''bombardier.com''. Retrieved: December 24, 2009. This affected about 60 aircraft, out of 140 Q400s then in service
. Buildings * The last reconstruction of the Presidential Palace (Presidential Palace, Vilnius) in Vilnius, Lithuania, by Vasily Stasov is completed. * Construction of the Birmingham Town Hall in Birmingham, England, is completed. Rugby union was introduced in Lithuania during the 1960s, with teams in Kaunas and Vilnius. During last 20 years, the northern city of Šiauliai has become the capital of Lithuanian rugby
'''Kaziuko mugė''' ( (see names section (Trakai#Names) for alternate and historic names) is a historic city and lake resort in Lithuania. It lies 28 km west of Vilnius
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is considered the commercial breakthrough of the band. For the most part, this record contains stage music written by Die Toten Hosen for Bernd Schadewald’s theater play “A Clockwork Orange”. The play was adapted from Anthony Burgess’s eponymous book and the film by Stanley Kubrick. For half a year, the band played on stage next to Ralf Richter who played the lead character at the “Kammerspiele Bad Godesberg” (intimate theatre of Bad Godesberg) in Bonn. In September of the same year, Die Toten Hosen performed in the Lithuanian cities Vilnius and Kaunas at the Lituanika-Festival, where they were chosen by the jury as the best band of the event. Metal Hammer, Ausgabe 11 1988, S. 122. WikiPedia:Vilnius Dmoz:Regional Europe Lithuania Localities Vilnius Commons:Category:Vilnius
and skilled people, had left Poland severely educationally lacking. As a result, the Communist program of free and compulsory school education for all, and the establishment of new free universities, received much support. Universities from the lost eastern territories were evacuated to the new western territories: from Wilno (Vilnius) to Toruń and from Lwów (Lviv) to Wrocław. Many new universities were founded, including the famous Film University of Łódź. In early March 1919, Polish units opened an offensive and forces under general Stanisław Szeptycki captured the cities of Słonim (March 2) and crossed the Neman River. Forces under gen A.Listowski took Pinsk (March 5) and secured passages through Jasiolda river and Oginski Canal. Northern units reached the outskirts of Lida and stopped for several weeks. Polish decisions regarding further action in the east were taken at the beginning of April, when Józef Piłsudski determined that Polish forces must maintain the initiative on the eastern front but should avoid tipping the balance of Russian Civil war in any direction. Both the Russian and Polish advances began around the same time in April, resulting in increasing numbers of troops being brought into the area. In April the Bolsheviks captured Grodno and Vilnius, but in the very same month were pushed out by a Polish counteroffensive. The newly-formed Polish Army had proved to be a far more difficult opponent than the Russians had assumed. Although the Soviet orders for Operation ''Target Vistula'' (advance west) were never rescinded, the early Russian plans would soon be made obsolete by growing Polish resistance and eventually, in April, a Polish counteroffensive. Unable to accomplish their objectives and facing strengthening offensives of White Russians, the Red Army withdrew from their positions and reorganized. Soon the Polish-Bolshevik War would begin in earnest. In the meantime, Polish-Lithuanian relations worsened as Polish politicians found it hard to accept Lithuanians demand for a complete independence and their territorial demands, especially on ceding the city of Vilnius, Lithuanian historical capital which had nonetheless a Polish ethnic majority. Thus Lithuanian nationalist leaned more and more towards the Soviet side. Polish negotiators made some more progress in negotiations with Latvian Provisional Government, and in early 1920 Polish and Latvian forces were conducting some joint operations against Soviets. '''Šalčininkai''' ( WikiPedia:Vilnius Dmoz:Regional Europe Lithuania Localities Vilnius Commons:Category:Vilnius
Piłsudski and the Polish Independence – The Myth of the Commander . Retrieved on 5 April 2009 In 1885 Piłsudski started medical studies (medical school) at Kharkov University, where he became involved with ''Narodnaya Volya (Narodnaya Volya (organization))'', part of the Russian ''Narodniki'' revolutionary movement. In 1886 he was suspended for participating in student demonstrations. He was rejected by the University of Dorpat (Tartu, Estonia), whose authorities had been informed of his political affiliation. On 22 March 1887 he was arrested by Tsarist authorities on a charge of plotting with Vilnius socialists to assassinate Tsar Alexander III (Alexander III of Russia). In fact Piłsudski's main connection to the plot was the involvement in it of his elder brother, Bronisław. WikiPedia:Vilnius Dmoz:Regional Europe Lithuania Localities Vilnius Commons:Category:Vilnius
'''Vilnius''' ( ; see also other names (Vilnius#Etymology and other names)) is the capital of Lithuania, and its largest city, with a population of 539,939 (806,308 together with Vilnius County) as of 2014. Vilnius is located in the southeast part of Lithuania and is the second biggest city of the Baltic states. Vilnius GDP was over 10 billion euros in 2014. Budget of Vilnius is planned to be almost 370 million euros in 2015.
Vilnius is the seat of the Vilnius city municipality and of the Vilnius district municipality. It is also the capital of Vilnius County. The first known written record of Vilnius as the Lithuanian capital is known from Gediminas' letters in 1323.
Vilnius is classified as a Gamma global city according to GaWC studies, and is known for its Old Town (Old Town of Vilnius) of beautiful architecture, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994. Its Jewish influence until the 20th century has led to it being described as the "Jerusalem of Lithuania" and Napoleon named it "the Jerusalem of the North" as he was passing through in 1812. In the year 2009, Vilnius was the European Capital of Culture, together with the Austrian city of Linz.