Blog Posts - Baltic Sea



Sand Pattern

Sand patterns at the beach of Schönhagen (Baltic Sea, Northern Germany).Filed under: Baltic Sea, Germany, Landscape, Nature, Northern Germany Tagged: Baltic Sea, Germany, Landscape, Nature, Northern Germany...
by Picturesque on Feb 22, 2016

VIDEO - La Wally in Dresden, October 2

Here's Ebben, ne andro lontana from La Wally, performed by Angela Gheorghiu at the European Cultural Awards Gala on October 2, at the Frauenkirche in Dresden.Angela was honoured with the European Cultural Award, on the occasion of the 25th...
by Angela Gheorghiu on Oct 13, 2015

Undiscovered Lithuania: Without Many Tourist and Full of Wonders

If you are still searching for new and yet undiscovered places in Europe, we can recommend you to spend some days at one of three Baltic region’s pearls, called Lithuania. This small post-soviet country is growing stronger and stronger every da...
by Europe City Guide on Aug 17, 2015

Five Black Sea beaches less known

Bolata, Balgarevo, Durankulak are just some of the beaches on the Black Sea which still retains its wild beauty. NISP is fine, clear water, and everything is shrouded in silence.   Fine sand, clear water and quietly – for many, it should look...
by We care about your travel on Aug 12, 2015

5 Great Tourist Attractions in Latvia

  Latvia is one of the three diamonds of Baltic countries, which has long time history and amazing nature too. Great people, amazing and authentic food, and incredibly beautiful places to visit: from medieval times castles, to real natures’...
by Global Tourist Blog on Aug 10, 2015

Five great train journeys of sleeping

If you’re not yet where you want to go on vacation, you want to cross several countries in leisure and do not want to travel by car or by plane, your best option may be a train ride sleeper.   Conditions for travel with trains that have sleepe...
by We care about your travel on Aug 2, 2015

NATO scrambles jets after Russian military planes spotted over Baltic Sea

STOCKHOLM –  The Swedish Air Force and NATO jets on Tuesday tracked four Russian combat aircraft flying with their transponders turned off over the Baltic Sea, officials said. The Russian planes — two long-range, nuclear-capable Tu-22M3 bombers...
by Spaced Out Magazine on Mar 25, 2015

Tallinn Lighthouse

Tallinn City Lighthouse at Kopli bayphoto by MIkhail Serbin...
by Mikhail Serbin photography on Feb 24, 2015

Usedom – The singing Island

For decades, the Germans have been addicted traveler around the world. They have been world’s most traveling nation, and the vacation abroad was a must for most of them. Nowadays, some facts... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my websi...
by Travel on Oct 1, 2014

Camomile flowers on the Baltic Sea

Wild camomile flowers on the Baltic Sea. It was so still on that day the water was like glass. [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]...
by Travels in C Minor on Apr 2, 2014

Biking to Europe’s largest dunes

I spent 4 months in Lithuania, which gave me plenty of time to explore the UNESCO World Heritage site ‘the Curonian Spit’ (a peninsula attached to the mainland in Russia’s Kaliningrad […]...
by Pinch of Adventure on Jan 9, 2014

The Year in Review: 2013 – Part 3

Happy New Year, readers! 2014 is here, and it’s time once again to look back at the previous year. I first did a “Year in Review” series back in 2012 (for 2011), but wasn’t able to do one last year. The demands of my job at th...
by The Occult Section on Jan 4, 2014

Houses and Architecture in Svetlogorsk

Svetlogorsk or Rauchen as it was previously known, is a picturesque town at the Baltic coast, not very far from Kaliningrad City. It is one of my favorite places in the Kaliningrad Oblast Province and a 45 minute train ride from Kaliningrad. It is th...
by Nelmitravel on Oct 7, 2013

My Recent Zazzle Sales (2013, Week 25)

The first half of 2013 is almost over, read more to see my sales of week 25. The negative first: I had a total of 3 cancellations during week 25, I’d like to post them anyway: Painted Ladies in San Francisco (Tilt & Shift) Square Wallclocks...

Denmark 2013, Day Five

Another day with great weather. When we planned for this trip we checked the internet and it said the average high temperatures was in the high 60′s F.(20 C) so we brought warmer clothes to wear. The temperatures have been in the high 80′...
by Doing God's Work on Aug 29, 2013

5 Great Tourist Attractions in Lithuania

Be one of the many tourists who visit Lithuania to enjoy the country’s rich cultural and historical heritage, as well as its growing agrotourism, ecotourism, and military heritage. Tour Lithuania’s national parks, pilgrimage sites, spa towns, and...
by Global Tourist Blog on Aug 9, 2013

Wismar, Germany – A Unesco World Heritage Site you’ve never heard of?

Wismar is one of those places that you’ve probably never heard of but that shouldn’t stop you planning a visit. It’s a small, idyllic Hanseatic port-town on the shores of the Baltic Sea in the north east of Germany, with a busy working...
by Heather on her travels on Jul 1, 2013

Walking on Water

Tried a Jesus Miracle this morning and walked on the Baltic sea and its Easter Sunday! Coincidence? I think not! Well it was frozen and I only went on the edge so it was actually quite pathetic, but my logic refused to let me walk out too far given...
by Generic Blok #909 on Mar 31, 2013

Russia arms Syria with powerful ballistic missiles

  Hours after NATO agreed on Tuesday to send Patriot missiles to Turkey because of the crisis in Syria, Russia delivered its first shipment of Iskander missiles to Syria. The superior Iskander can travel at hypersonic speed of over 1.3 miles per...
by Iran Aware on Dec 9, 2012

Update on the Baltic Sea UFO

Obviously, I’m a paranormal/supernatural/unexplained enthusiast. I love this crap, I really do. I mean I spend pretty much any free time I have working on this blog and actually investigating the paranormal. So while this story naturally intrig...
by The Occult Section on Aug 25, 2012


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