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News Lithuania » Klaipeda County: Lithuania’s Curonian Spit: Serene strand between the waters

News channel or source: https://wtop.com/travel/2015/03/lithuanias-curonian-spit-serene-strand-between-the-waters/
Publication date: onday 30 March 2015

On the map, the spit resembles a stray hair rising from a child’s cowlick, starting in Russia’s Kaliningrad exclave and gently curving north 98 kilometers (60 miles) toward Lithuania’s port city of Klaipeda, which it almost touches. (AP Photo/Jim ...

News Lithuania » Klaipeda County: Lithuania takes first shipment of gas from U.S.

News channel or source: https://observer-reporter.com/business/lithuania-takes-first-shipment-of-gas-from-u-s/article_813d97b2-bc07-52ca-9c2f-473749eef585.html
Publication date: onday 21 August 2017

KLAIPEDA, Lithuania – Lithuania has taken delivery of its first shipment of liquefied natural gas from the United States, a milestone the Baltic state hopes will further reduce its reliance on Russia. Independence, the U.S.-based tanker, docked Monday in ...

News Lithuania » Klaipeda County: Lithuania takes delivery of US gas to cut reliance on Moscow

News channel or source: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/lithuania-takes-delivery-us-gas-155238312.html
Publication date: onday 21 August 2017

KLAIPEDA, Lithuania (AP) — Lithuania has taken delivery of its first shipment of liquefied natural gas from the United States, a milestone that the Baltic state hopes will further reduce its reliance on Russia. Independence, the U.S.-based tanker ...

News Lithuania » Klaipeda County: Lithuania's Curonian Spit: Serene strand between the waters

News channel or source: http://rapidcityjournal.com/lifestyles/lithuania-s-curonian-spit-serene-strand-between-the-waters/article_4db32b01-315a-5e46-8c04-de435d5e4d15.html
Publication date: Sunday 29 March 2015

On the map, the spit resembles a stray hair rising from a child's cowlick, starting in Russia's Kaliningrad exclave and gently curving north 60 miles toward Lithuania's port city of Klaipeda, which it almost touches. As narrow as 1,200 feet, thickly ...