November 11 in Lithuania and the world

Heavenly bodies: the sun runs at 7.39 hours, runs at 16.26. The daily length is 8.47 hours.

The Moon (the new moon) fires 11.31 hours, runs at 19.12.


Anastasia, Martina, Art, Milvydas, Vygintas


St. Martynas, last autumn holiday

1885 – Stasys Shillingas was born, a press worker, critic, state actor Lithuania. He died in 1962

1864 – born French writer, author of detectives and adventurous novels Maurice Leblanc (Morris Leblano). He died in 1941

1866 – born French linguist Antoine Mejet (Meillet). He studied indo-European languages. More visits to Lithuania and contacts with K. Būgo. He died in 1936

1918 – Tricolor first swim in Vilnius at the home of the Lithuanian Council.

1921 – Constitutional convention Lithuania adopted a resolution on the connection between the Klaipeda region and Lithuania.

1950 – born linguist, Doctor of Humanities Kazimieras Garšva.

1951 – Seimas from the Republic of Lithuania, former President Seimas Viktoras Muntianas, was born in Marijampolė.

2006 – In the year 72, the famous Lithuanian painter, honorary art figure Igor Piekur, died. I.Piekurs was the master of portraiture, landscape and thematic painting, which has been actively participating in exhibitions for more than four decades. The artist's work has been evaluated on several occasions with various prizes, exhibited in Lithuanian and foreign art museums.

2006 – In the collision of two cars, a composer, conductor, accordionist and pedagogue Mikas Vaitkevičius died in Vilnius.

2007 – composer, teacher Leonas Povilaitis died after a severe heart attack. L.Povilaitis has created about 500 songs, musical drama theatrical performances, film films. After reading the piano, L.Povilaitis wrote a lot for this instrument. An important part of the composer's work was music for children and young people: he composed songs, comedy, performances of poems, variations in the themes of folk songs.

2011 – A new memorial plaque for composer, teacher, audience and organizer Jonas Bielionis was exhibited in the old city center of Kaunas, Kurpių street.

2013 – Archbishop Metropolitan Sigitas Tamkevičius honored the honorary Santakos First Prize for his services to Kaunas and Lithuania.

November 11 in world history:

1500 – King Louis XII of France and King Ferdinand of Aragon signed a secret agreement on the division of Italy.

1606 – The Turks and the Austrians signed a peace treaty.

1821 – born in Moscow, Russian writer Fiodor Dostoevsky (Fedor Dostoevsky).

1837 – The first passenger railway line, which connected St. Petersburg with the village of Carsko Selo, began operating in Russia.

1880 – Ned Kelly (Nedai Kelius), a famous Burmese killer, was executed in Melbourne, Australia.

1889 – Washington became the 42nd State of the United States of America.

1918 – The end of the First World War has killed more than 10 million people.

1918 – Joseph Pilsudski proclaimed the independent Republic of Poland – the Independence Day of the Republic of Poland.

1922 – American writer Kurt Vonegut was born (Kurt Vonegut).

1951 – Juan Perón was elected to Argentina for the second term.

1952 – The world's first video player to be publicly announced.

1971 – The US Senate ratified the treaty on the return of Okinawa to Japan.

1973 – Egypt and Israel have signed an agreement on the cessation of hostilities.

1975 – Angola became an independent state.

1987 – Boris Moskovsky, critic of slow reforms, was removed from the leadership of the Moscow Communist Party.

1987 – Vincent Van Gogh (painting by Vincent Van Gogh) Irisai was sold in New York for a record $ 53.9 million.

1992 – The English Church decided that women could become priests.

1994 – Vienna auction for 30.8 million. 72-page scientific maps by Leonardo da Vinci and laptops were sold for $ 72.

1998 – UN weapons inspectors from Iraq to evacuate from Bahrain to increase tension in the region.

2004 – The founder and leader of the Palestinian Liberation Organization Al Fatah died in Paris, Yassir Arafat (Yasir Arafat). Born in 1929

2010 – French President Nicolas Sarkozy has tested a newly purchased Presidential A 330 aircraft that flew to the G20 summit in Seoul.

2014 – The Golden Patek Philippe watch, which was the most expensive and demanding in the world, was auctioned in Switzerland for 17.1 million euros. EUR.

11th 11th World Exhibition:

1925 – John King, John Gilermin, film director of the English Hollywood movie, was born in King Kong.

1962 – born Hollywood actress Demi Moore (Demi Moor).

1964 – Calista Flockhart (Kalista Flokhart) was born in Ally McBeal.

1970 – Bob Dylan (Bob Dylan) published the book Tarantula.

1974 – Leonardo Dicaprio (Leonardo Dikaprio) was born.

1976 – Rock band Kiss released Rock and Roll Over.

1999 – A dead 38-year-old Mary Kay Bergman, who celebrates Disney's animated films Snow Maiden, "Beauty and the Monster", "South Park", was found in her homeland in Los Angeles.

2006 – Mick Jager's Millionaire's Rolling Stones died at the age of 93 in the United Kingdom.

2009 – The legendary American boxer, former world heavyweight champion Mike Tyson (Mike Taison), was arrested for shooting a photographer at Los Angeles International Airport.

2010 – At the age of 91, Dino de Laurentitis, an Italian film producer, died in Los Angeles, contributing to the creation of great masterpieces, including the films Federica Fellini and Federica Felini.

2010 – American singer and actress Jessica Simpson (Jessica Simpson) contacted her new life friend Eric Johnson (Erik Johnson).

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