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CURCurrent
CURCurrency
CURCursor (File Name Extension)
CURCouncil on Undergraduate Research
CurCuronian (linguistics)
CURCapacity Utilization Rate (economic measurement)
CURWillemstad / Curacao Island, Netherlands Antilles Areopuerto Hato (Airport Code)
CURCurrent Income Shares
CURClave Única de Registro (Spanish: Registration fee)
CURCarbon Usage Rate
CURCommon User Repository
CURConnection Update Request
CURCommon User Radio
CURComplex Utility Routine
CURConsolidated Unit Record
CURConsolidated Urban Region
CURCommission d'Utilisation Régionale (French: Commission for Regional Use)
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In order not to disturb the connection with the Curonian Spit, the ferry ferries were directed to another quay of the port.
This event led to the formation of two independent hydrographic river systems of the Baltic Sea basin: the Pregolya (flowing into the Vistula Lagoon) and the Neman (flowing into the Curonian Lagoon).
Lithuania's Klaipeda port on the Baltic Sea is expecting assistance from the ministries of Transport and Energy in the form of financing for replacement of a high-voltage power line across the Curonian Spit with a submarine electricity cable, which is estimated at about 11 million euros.
The former remarks are directly connected with the chief weakness and criticism on editing the book--that Estonian, as well as Livic or Northern Curonian language and folklore material has practically been left out of the discussions.
Dr Jonas Satkunas (Lithuanian Geological Survey, Vilnius) discussed amber production in Lithuania, beginning with the 1858 establishment of Stantien & Becker for gathering amber from the northern part of the Curonian Lagoon.
Curonian Spit, Lithuania 10 best family holidays 1.
The two must-see sights are the charming baroque Old Town of Vilnius and the Curonian Spit with its striking beaches and atmospheric villages, both on the World Heritage list.
From Lonely Planet: Never miss the Curonian Spit and the old baroque town of Vilnius.
The fact that Curonian lands from Palanga to Rietavas and Skuodas belong today to Lithuania is the direct outcome of the above mentioned battle.
This ratio is close to 6 along almost straight coastal stretches such as the entire Curonian Spit or the vicinity of Ventspils, and also to the east of Tallinn in the Gulf of Finland or near Riga.
Sustainable and balanced development of Lithuanian Curonian spit and Neringa municipality: planning and political aspects, Technological and Economic Development of Economy 16(1): 58-74.