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  • proper n. Alternative form of Šiauliai.

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Examples

  • Amazing photos of the Hill of Crosses in Siauliai, Lithuania, a small hill where hundreds of thousands of crosses have been deposited by pilgrims since the town was raided by Teutonic Knights in the 14th Century.

    Boing Boing: November 9, 2003 - November 15, 2003 Archives

  • The idea to name Siauliai International Airport in honor of the late U.S. president came from Lithuania's parliamentary foreign affairs committee, which recently voted in favor of the move.

    The Seattle Times

  • For your information I lived in a small city in Lithuania called Siauliai which has a rather large NATO base just out side the city and guess how many US solders were stationed there?

    Original Signal - Transmitting Digg

  • Today in 1236, the Lithuanians and the Semigallians defeated the Livonian Brothers of the Sword, German warrior monks who'd invaded their lands, in the Battle of Siauliai.

    September 22nd, 2008

  • While browsing around here for images to use in a previous post, I was reminded of the Hill of Crosses near the city of Siauliai, Lithuania.

    Archive 2006-02-01

  • One shows elders of the Jewish community in Siauliai, Lithuania, dressed in suits and carrying shovels to dig a trench.

    Digitizing the Holocaust

  • Visitors to this site, just off the main Siauliai to Riga road, will probably first notice the large wooden statue of Jesus with his arms wide apart in welcome.

    Hill of Crosses

  • VILNIUS - Pope John Paul, on his first trip to the former Soviet union, visits so-called "Hill of Crosses" near Siauliai that was

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Siauliai official Vaclovas Vingras said Wednesday the city council could approve it sometime in December.

    The Seattle Times

  • Officials in the Lithuanian city of Siauliai say they will discuss renaming a former Soviet strategic air field in honor of Ronald Reagan.

    The Seattle Times

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