@ 2006-05-11 20:02:40
Looks a bit like a prison, or muesum, or just a school, but either way definitely an institution.
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@ 2006-05-11 20:46:18
This is the resort hotel and spa Energetikas... might be worse than a prison for some folks...
@ 2006-05-12 18:57:44
I'd love to know how you found that out :)
@ 2006-05-12 20:21:03
Well... I don't usually divulge secrets such as these, but...
Started in GE, noticed that the closest named GE town was Schibbe, so I googled Schibbe.
First hit, fallingrain.com, said Schibbe was AKA Šventoji, so I googled that instead.
First hit was for Palangos turizmo informacijos centras,
, the adminsitrative district for Šventoji, went there, switched to English, (my Lithuanian not being all it should be...) and poked around.
From the history page found a link to Šventoji,
, where it didn't seem like much was going on, but it did mention:
In 1973 Sventoji was added to Palanga and became the part of resort. Today relaxation houses work there. There are a lot of wooden houses (something similar to camping), health center "Energetikas". 2000 inhabitants live in Sventoji. In summertime a lot of Lithuanians with families arrive to rest here.
So I googled Energetikas, found their site,
which displayed a pretty nice aerial shot of the complex, and violá, ID had been made.
That was a pretty smooth ID... all in all...
@ 2006-05-15 19:51:48
Hmm. GE was quite useful. I'd tried about the same, using Ymaps, but didn't come up with that much detail.
@ 2009-12-10 23:25:58
This health centre "Energetikas" was established in 1966. Nowadays we can say, that it is one of the architecture monument.
Besides Energetikas is newly renovated health centre, whitc is only a few steps away from the Baltic Sea.
There are more than 200 well-equipped rooms with balcony in various categories, some of which offer beautiful sea views.
@ 2010-05-29 13:26:21
It's a setting in 'Tsar' by Ted Bell. A prison built over a nuclear dump.
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