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Pia Lummaa on June 4, 2010

Hello My Dear AUDRE , when I look at Your photos , I can see that Lithuania and Finland are much the same . Nature and the churches for example are very similar . Nice composition ! Pia

Audrone on June 4, 2010

Hello, Dear Pia. We are united old and new story :)

After finishing the interview, the Finnish president suddenly wanted to express his admiration for our country's basketball.

"There is a non-political thing about the interview nepaklausėte, all of which necessarily want to tell itself," - talked quietly T. Halonen.

"Lithuania have striking fantastic basketball player. I do not see how you are able to maintain this level of basketball in the country! "- Poured out loud admiration of the Finnish leader.

"The most I'm not great basketball connoisseurs, but my husband is played in a Finnish basketball teams, and there simply is not much" - said the President of Finland, in 2000 officially married to his longtime friend Dr. Pentti ArajŠrvi law.

"When we were last year, the Beijing Olympics, he suddenly disappeared somewhere. You know why? "- Said the Finnish leader.

"He went to the Lithuanian basketball game! Pentti was impressed with me a long time and then repeating that I have to see what a Lithuanian basketball team matches. And I looked, "- explained by T. Halonen.

In addition, the President added that the television is observed the number of matches, which it very favorite, because Lithuanians demonstrated determination, fighting capacity, and good playing technique.

Lithuania and Finland, makes history

  • Finland's President Tarja Halonen, 65 years is not just the first woman president of the country. In Finland, it is very popular for its simplicity and principled position.

  • Finns say that the streets can sometimes be easy to accept wearing clothes party leader T. Halonen and recognize only the bodyguards surrounding her.

  • T. Halonen, this week they had a chance meeting in Lithuanian President Valdas Adamkus' visit to demonstrate their knowledge of history. Because it has long been interested in art history.

  • United States was able to cross-check that Finland and Lithuania, the relationship of the older than some might think.

  • Perhaps the most striking example - the Grand Duke of Lithuania and Poland, the king and queen of Sigismund Bonn Sforza, daughter Piotrowski. She married in 1562 in Vilnius for Sweden at that time ruled Finland, King John III and became the Princess of Finland.

  • Catherine, together with John III went to Finland for some time lived in Turku Castle. Finns are proud to language that Catherine called reformers in Finland, although Finland is maintained Protestant Catholic faith. Becoming a Finnish princess, she had a considerable influence on political decisions by a man - did not disappear Catholicism.

  • As for the current party leader T. Halonen, Catherine has been a favorite Finnish. Her name has spread throughout the country and is popular even today.

  • Turku Castle has remained a small portrait of Catherine. While the guides Turku Castle Catherine derives from the Polish, Lithuanian President Valdas Adamkus, While in Turku Castle, left a far greater gift a copy of the portrait of Catherine, as if pointing out that Lithuania and Finland share a strong historical connection. Pp. Previous 1 2 3 Comments (18) Name E-mail. mail Comment (3,000 characters) Announcer responsibility Pateikite geresnį vertimą Ačiū už vertimo pasiūlymą „Google“ vertėjui. Pateikite geresnį vertimą: After finishing the interview, the Finnish president suddenly wanted to express his admiration for our country&#39;s basketball. <br> <br>&quot;There is a non-political thing about the interview nepaklausėte, all of which necessarily want to tell itself,&quot; - talked quietly T. Halonen. <br> <br>&quot;Lithuania have striking fantastic basketball player. I do not see how you are able to maintain this level of basketball in the country! &quot;- Poured out loud admiration of the Finnish leader. <br> <br>&quot;The most I&#39;m not great basketball connoisseurs, but my husband is played in a Finnish basketball teams, and there simply is not much&quot; - said the President of Finland, in 2000 officially married to his longtime friend Dr. Pentti ArajŠrvi law. <br> <br>&quot;When we were last year, the Beijing Olympics, he suddenly disappeared somewhere. You know why? &quot;- Said the Finnish leader. <br> <br>&quot;He went to the Lithuanian basketball game! Pentti was impressed with me a long time and then repeating that I have to see what a Lithuanian basketball team matches. And I looked, &quot;- explained by T. Halonen. <br> <br>In addition, the President added that the television is observed the number of matches, which it very favorite, because Lithuanians demonstrated determination, fighting capacity, and good playing technique. <br> <br>Lithuania and Finland, makes history <br> <br>* Finland&#39;s President Tarja Halonen, 65 years is not just the first woman president of the country. In Finland, it is very popular for its simplicity and principled position. <br> <br>* Finns say that the streets can sometimes be easy to accept wearing clothes party leader T. Halonen and recognize only the bodyguards surrounding her. <br> <br>* T. Halonen, this week they had a chance meeting in Lithuanian President Valdas Adamkus&#39; visit to demonstrate their knowledge of history. Because it has long been interested in art history. <br> <br>* United States was able to cross-check that Finland and Lithuania, the relationship of the older than some might think. <br> <br>* Perhaps the most striking example - the Grand Duke of Lithuania and Poland, the king and queen of Sigismund Bonn Sforza, daughter Piotrowski. She married in 1562 in Vilnius for Sweden at that time ruled Finland, King John III and became the Princess of Finland. <br> <br>* Catherine, together with John III went to Finland for some time lived in Turku Castle. Finns are proud to language that Catherine called reformers in Finland, although Finland is maintained Protestant Catholic faith. Becoming a Finnish princess, she had a considerable influence on political decisions by a man - did not disappear Catholicism. <br> <br>* As for the current party leader T. Halonen, Catherine has been a favorite Finnish. Her name has spread throughout the country and is popular even today. <br> <br>* Turku Castle has remained a small portrait of Catherine. While the guides Turku Castle Catherine derives from the Polish, Lithuanian President Valdas Adamkus, While in Turku Castle, left a far greater gift a copy of the portrait of Catherine, as if pointing out that Lithuania and Finland share a strong historical connection.

Pia Lummaa on June 4, 2010

Dear AUDRE , Thank You for Your long report, which was a present and past time . I think our president is excellent woman and also Arajärvi is very sympatic, humble and cultivated man . I am interested in politics only " home to needs" but , even more interested in history . It happens as you age accrues . Also today we make history :) My best regards to You:Pia

John de Crom on June 4, 2010

Very nice and good picture Audre. Greetings John.

JonasJ on June 5, 2010

Puiki Platelių "panoramiška" serija, man labai patiko! Linkėjimai, Jonas

Audrone on June 7, 2010

Thanks a lot, Pia, I'm glad You like history.

Thanks, John, Nice to read comments.

Friendly regards..

Dėkui, Jonai. Pradžiuginai, sėkmės..

{:-)) Audre

Egidijus on June 8, 2010

Labai puiki nuotrauka - graži perspektyva ir visa kita!

Audrone on June 9, 2010

Ačiū, E.gi. Pamaloninai, sėkmės..

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