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  • We decided to rent a car (bad Choice!) in Elblag, but the first problem we faced was that only local car companies were available, and only one had a drop off point in kaliningrad.

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  • Maybe Obama also is forced to realize - the dough ain't there for further imperial adventures. peter/September 19th, 2009, 3: 21 pm/and this just out - in german only: russia does not station short range missiles close to the polish border in kaliningrad, which they would have in response to the installation of US missile bases.

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  • “Russia has no reason to be hostile to Poland (and Hungary) if these countries don’t do anything hostile to Russia, like placing Missile Bases and Missile Launchers on Russia’s border which is not very friendly.” hmm russian borders?? dont forget about ukrain, belarous, lituania, they have borders with russia not hungary;) Poland has a small one but with kaliningrad (bid russian army base).

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  • See discussion under Hooverville. The city will always be special to mathematicians, because of its association with Euler's Seven Bridges of Königsberg problem, an important result in graph theory.

    March 14, 2008

  • Yes; I love the word and the idea.

    March 13, 2008

  • Kaliningrad is a city in western Russia that sits on the Baltic Sea, near the Polish border. The city itself is nothing special, but its name said aloud is like music to my ears.

    March 13, 2008