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Look at the green arrow put by traffic lights on my picture. It's common sign in Lithuania. It meant that I was allowed to follow the direction of the arrow (right on my picture) even on red light on. Surely first, I was obliged to stop and give a way for the crosswise traffic which had green light. Is it clear?
Well, in Poland, there are similar arrows as well but they are not painted. Instead they are lighted and one must wait till it is lighted on.
Written Jul 28, 2004
There was very light traffic in Druskininkai when I was there, that was on business day in June 2004. Look at the main street (M.K. Ciurlionio gatve) on my picture.
Watch for numerous pedastrian crossings (xings). Although there were very few pedastrians. Hmm... I wonder why?
Updated Jul 26, 2004
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