Palanga Local Customs

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    Language - Zemaiciu

    by Raimix Updated Sep 11, 2012

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    Where are four tips of Lithuanian language dialects: Aukstaiciu, Zemaiciu, Dzuku and Suvalku. Of course, the most popular is systematized Lithuanian language, that is traditionally learned in school.

    Zemaiciu dialect is a dominant in Palanga region. It is one of the most archaic language in the World. Quite interesting to hear how people talk, sometimes I can't understand what they are talking about though I am Lithuanian :) Few times I heard that they understand Latvian better than traditional Lithuanian language.

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    Palanga beach

    by ginte Updated Oct 11, 2005

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    Many people spend lots of time at the beach during their holidays in Palanga. While having sunbaths you'll hear some voices shouting: "hot meal", "ice cream", "cold beer"... Of course, it will be in Lithuanian. But if you see a man or a girl carrying a big bag and offering something, feel free to raise a hand or just go and to ask does he/she has what you need.

    Related to:
    • Beaches
    • School Holidays

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    Looking for Amber?!?!

    by Grazina Written Oct 12, 2003

    Legend has it the the amber stones are actually pieces of the Sea goddess Jurate's underwater palace, which was destroyed by perkunas, the god of thunder, when he found out that Jurate had fallen in love with kastytis, amortal fisherman. A sculpture depicting this legend can be found near the Palanga bridge. Near the central path of the Botanical Park is the famous sculpture of Egle, the legendary wife of a sea-serpent.

    Amber in the Sea

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    Well preserved...

    by diamond7 Written Jul 19, 2004

    In Palanga the tourism didn't damage the original identity of town, and the well preserved houses are siting side by side with the new esplanades

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