Kretinga is a city in Klaipėda County, Lithuania. It is the capital of the Kretinga district municipality.
Kretinga District Municipality is one of 60 municipalities in Lithuania.
The Kretinga Museum , also known as Kretinga Manor, is located near the Baltic Sea in Kretinga, Lithuania. Originally a private estate, it was converted to a museum in 1992, and now contains a number of archeological finds, fine and applied art collections, folk art, and ethnographic exhibits, as well as a restored orangery.
Kretingalė is a small town in Klaipėda County, in northwestern Lithuania. According to the 2011 census, the town has a population of 936 people.
The Kretinga Jurgis Pabrėža University Gymnasium is a school in Kretinga, Lithuania that provides primary, secondary, and supplementary education programs.
Kretinga Manor was a former residential manor located in the northern part of Kretinga, Lithuania.
For the entity in the Russian Empire see Telshi County.Telšiai County is one of ten counties in Lithuania. It is in the west of the country, and its capital is Telšiai.
Telšiai , known also by several alternative names including Telsiai, Telshi and Telschi in English sources, is a city in Lithuania with about 25,000 inhabitants. It is the capital of Telšiai County and Samogitia region, and it is located on the shores of Lake Mastis.
Telšiai District Municipality is one of 60 municipalities in Lithuania, containing the city of Telšiai.
Telisai is a mukim or subdistrict in Tutong, a district of Brunei. It is headed by a penghulu, and the incumbent is Ramli bin Lahit.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Telšiai ) is a suffragan Latin diocese in the ecclesiastical province of the Metropolitan of Kaunas, one of two in Lithuania.
Telšiai Bishop Vincentas Borisevičius Priest Seminary is a Roman Catholic seminary in Telšiai, Lithuania. It was founded in 1927 by Justinas Staugaitis, the first Bishop of Diocese of Telšiai .
Telisai–Lumut Highway is the third highway in Brunei Darussalam, being the other two which is the Muara–Tutong Highway and Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah Highway. The new highway was completed in late June 2016, and has been handled by the Brunei Economic Development Board .This dual carriageway will be built from Lumut Bypass (dual carriageway) stretching eastwards through the woods at about 3 kilometres south of the remaining stretch of Jalan Tutong-Seria (see note) (single carriageway), merging with the dual carriageway Tutong Bypass at north-east.